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Joy School (Katie Nash, #2). Companion to Durable Goods and True to Form. Katie Nash is an engagingly real character. This novel focuses on Katie's need for her mother's advice and love.

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I learned about Rosalind Laker from my friend, Angela. She writes intriguing historical fiction. I love discovering new authors and reading as much of their work as I can.

In this charming historical romance, a Russian heiress flees her native land during the revolution and winds up in England, penniless and without a home. To earn money so her brother can stay in school, she finds a job as a maid at a country estate. Before long, she settles into the household below stairs. To her dismay, she becomes irresistibly attracted to the Earl of the manor, who has returned from war, bringing his beautiful fiancee home to meet his family.

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I read this book after seeing the famous unicorn tapestries in Paris. The plot revolves around both the French family who commissioned the tapestries as well as the Belgian weavers who created them. I enjoyed the medieval setting, the details of how the tapestries were made and the well-developed characters in this fascinating historical novel.