[fractured fairy tales Books] Ebook Goblin Hill BY Essie Summers

Essie Summers ì 3 characters

Only after the tragic deaths of her adoptive parents did Faith learn the whereabouts of her real father Sh. Heroine discovers her family of birth when her adoptive parents die After attending her birth mother s deathbed heroine goes undercover to meet her birth father and meets her stepbrother his mother is married to the hero s father Hero hates her birth mother so heroine decides she should keep her identity uietThat s it That s the plot This is a typical scenario for ES and it s solved with everyone loving the heroine on sight the family deciding to understand the actress birth mother for choosing her career over farm life and the stepbrother inheriting everything This is a very low key story No OW Only one death defying incident with poachers Lots and lots of NZ history family history and poetry This would be boring for most readers however I enjoyed hunting for LM Montgomery Easter eggs The Story Girl is mentioned out right Heroine s name is Meredith Faith Faith Meredith was the oldest daughter of the minister s family in Rainbow Valley and Rilla of Ingleside ES uses so many phrases and descriptions from LMM s novels that I m almost tempted to run plagiarism software Not that I know how I finally figured out why the characters uoting poetry or using descriptive language in LM Montgomery s stories never bothered me and it bothers me in ES s stories LM Montgomery always has a character scold Anne or whomever for getting above herself or make fun of their pretensions She lets us know that these characters are living in their own heads and people do notice Not everyone is a kindred spirit or aspires to be or needs to be ES has everyone spouting poetry and agreeing on everything except for the OW when there is oneNaksed has all the details in her review

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Goblin Hill

Was her father's grim stepson Gareth Morgan who could not forget the family scandal or forgive Faith for. This is one of my favorites I have read it a number of times but still enjoy rereading it After the deaths Faith s parents she is very surprised to learn that she had been adopted as an infant and that her beloved godmother was actually her mother this happens early in the book so it not really a spoiler In addition her father is still alive and married again but never even knew she existed So she decides to try and find a job in that area and secretly meet her family Then maybe just maybe in time she can reveal who she really is But her very first meeting with Gareth Morgan her father s stepson puts paid to that as he expresses is deeply abiding resentment of her father s first wife Now no matter how much she comes to love everyone at Goblin Hill Gareth included she must keep her secret and somehow tear herself away If only somehow Gareth could understand

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E could not rest until she had gone to New Zealand in search of him But the real problem she soon realized. While searching for her real father Faith is asked to compile the history of a New Zealand pioneer farming family The book describes the fictional history of the family over a 120 odd year period as settlers in New Zealand and that description itself is fascinatingA lovely old fashioned romance with misunderstandings and a knight errand hero


9 thoughts on “Goblin Hill

  1. says:

    The New Zealand travelogue and huge chunky info dumps of NZ history combined with the family drama of a former Seekret Baybee now grown daughter toiling to get to know her dad and extended fam under a Seekret Identity incl

  2. says:

    The book synopsis is very good except the lead female character went to London for a month to learn about her real parents from her godmother after the death of her adoptive parents and learning that she was adopted Faith was hired by her great aunts to document the family history and write a book for the future generation starting from the time her great grand parents left Scotland to the recent time There were many touching s

  3. says:

    Heroine discovers her family of birth when her adoptive parents die After attending her birth mother’s deathbed heroine goes “undercover” to meet her birth father and meets her stepbrother his mother is married to the hero’s father Hero hates her birth mother so heroine decides she should keep her identi

  4. says:

    Wonderful book Full of heartache and loss for the heroine After the death of her loving parents Faith finds out that she was an adopted child When she reveals to her boyfriend he and his snobbish mother reject her In her grief she goes to visit her godmother hoping to find out who her real parents are Another t

  5. says:

    Like The Tender Leaves this is a family reunion romance It's a little different as the heroine learns uite early she was adopted and the specifics of who her real parents areThe complication in this case comes from the hero Gareth who is protective of his mother and feels any reminder of his step father's first wife can only be painfulThere is a lot of history in this story as the heroine Faith comes to Goblin Hill to help write the famil

  6. says:

    While searching for her real father Faith is asked to compile the history of a New Zealand pioneer farming family The book describes the fictional history of the family over a 120 odd year period as settlers in New Zealand and that description itself is fascinatingA lovely old fashioned romance with misunderstandings and a knight errand hero

  7. says:

    Heroine goes in search of father lies about a lot of things falls in love with stepbrother and then the whole truth is revealed It was effin great

  8. says:

    This is one of my favorites; I have read it a number of times but still enjoy rereading it After the deaths Faith's parents she is very surprised to learn that she had been adopted as an infant and that her beloved godmother was actually her mother this happens early in the book so it not really a spoiler In addition her father is still alive and married again but never even knew she existed So she decides t

  9. says:

    I read Harleuin Romances by the truck load when I was in high school than 40 years ago and Essie Summers was one of my favorite authors A fri

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