Christian Fiction

The Maid Of Ballymacool. Review


“A slow-building, delicious romance wrapped in a mystery!”Erica Vetsch, author of the Thorndike & Swann Regency Mysteries

Brianna Kelly has worked at Ballymacool House and Boarding School since she was a wee girl and will likely die there. Despite a sense that she was made for something more, Brianna feels powerless to change her situation, so she consoles herself by exploring the Ballymacool grounds, looking for hidden treasures to add to the secret trove beneath the floorboards of her room.

When Michael Wray, the son of local gentry, is sent to Ballymacool to deal with his unruly cousin, he finds himself drawn to Brianna, immediately and inescapably. There is something about her that feels so . . . familiar.

When Brianna unearths an intriguing silver platter in the woods, she commits to learning its origins. Could the handsome newcomer hold the key? If so, their discovery could change everything.


I was at the edge of my chair with this one.

Captivating, thrilling, it pulled at my heartstrings. My God! The author wove an amazing story I would not forget in a long time. The characters made me want to sit and have a cuppa with them, except off course Maureen.

I saw love, faith, family, devotion, illustrated so well with the plot and characters.

I received a copy of this book and this is my honest opinion.


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