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  • Hardcover
  • 247
  • Greatheart
  • Ethel M. Dell
  • English
  • 05 July 2018
  • 9780715614754

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review â PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ñ Ethel M. Dell Greatheart Free download ¸ 105 Ees were to her the very essence of flighty impropriety There was just such a creature in attendance upon Lady Grace de Vigne who occupied the best suite of rooms in the hotel and Biddy very strongly resented her existence In her own mind she despised her as a s. Cute old romance I had never heard of Ethel M Dell before This version was edited by Barbara Cartland in her Library of Love series Not of Fan I ve love triangles

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review â PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ñ Ethel M. Dell Greatheart Free download ¸ 105 Hameless hussy wholly devoid of all ideas of dacency Her resentment was partly due to the fact that the indecent one belonged to the party in possession of the best suite which they had occupied some three weeks before Biddy and her party had appeared on the sce. A wonderfully heartwarming storywell written and worth being a best seller

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review â PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ñ Ethel M. Dell Greatheart Free download ¸ 105 Biddy Maloney stood at the window of her mistress's bedroom and surveyed the world with eyes of stern disapproval There was nothing of the smart lady's maid about Biddy She abominated smart lady's maids A flyaway French cap and an apron barely reaching to the kn. This book is not full of adventure or passionate romance I couldn t use the words exciting or humorous to describe it But I loved it Absolutely loved it It s free on Kindle and a friend recommended it Thanks Nicole I had to go look up Ethel M Dell According to the source of all knowledge Wikipedia Dell was a uiet shy lady who lived between the 1880s and 1930s She got married when she was forty and still remained very private The critics railed on her books saying they were trash but the fans ignored them and Ethel made uite a living on her romance novels Apparently they were very racy for her time period This was one of the first stories that she wrote It s a story of a boy and a girl Dinah and her brother have never traveled far from home and are thrilled when they a neighborly family takes them on vacation in the Alps Dinah is a bubbly bright girl that radiates happiness and kindness As the story unfolds though it is discovered that she comes from an abusive background and a tyrannical mother Still she has a natural happiness that warms others She connects with another vacationing family in the Alps Eustace Scott and Isabel are all siblings Isabel is suffering mentally and physically from the death of her husband and one true love Her older brother Eustace is the boss of the family He is described as an Apollo He s handsome arrogant and always gets his way Scott is the younger brother He is described in the story as short a small man and has a limp Immediately though it is apparent who is the stronger of the two Scott is kind and courteous always Someone who always thinks of others and takes the higher road It is he that first meets Dinah and they begin a great friendship Dinah also helps pull Isabel out of her depression In the meantime Eustace has fallen for Dinah s imp like charm and proposes marriage to her Dinah is at first thrilled to be getting out of her horrible home and in awe that the handsome Apollo would pay attention to her but as time goes on she starts to realize that there is to life than appearances I m not sure I could say exactly why I loved this story so much It was very sweet and tender to me At the beginning you can guess what way the story is headed but it was still so sweet I like the style of writing It has an almost whimsical uality to it Typical of the era it is slower paced but it flows nicely I love the characters They don t seem fake to me I cared about them and wanted them to be happy I loved Scott Loved him His tender care of everyone truly makes him a Greatheart which is what Dinah nicknames him because he is always looking out for others I like what it teaches us about what true love is Love is not dependent on outward appearances and adornments it is something that comes from the heart And true love the deepest love there could be is when you love someone enough to choose their happiness over yours While it is not in any way a religious book there were a few sections that talked about the love God has for each of us I found myself feeling closer to God reading this book than I have in a while It touched me to my core Even though it had a whimsical uality the overall feeling was that this story could be true It could happen The feelings and experiences were very real It made me feel hopeful Even though life is hard there are good moments and there are people that are uietly going about making it a little brighter for all of us I m going to have to try and read some of her books