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Love and Loss at Whitmore Manor

Narrated by: Luone Ingram
Length: 10 hrs and 13 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
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Summary

For nearly three years, British officer Tristan Whitmore fought bravely for king and crown in America. But his loyalty came at a price, and after slowly recovering from battlefield injuries, it is finally time to return to his beloved England and his wife, Muriel. 

But there is to be no tender reunion at Whitmore Manor - instead, Tristan is stunned to learn of his wife’s deceit in his absence and her unexpected death. And to add to the shocking blow, this devastating news is delivered by the last woman Tristan ever hoped to see again. 

Olivia Halstead lost everything after the death of her father but found refuge with her cousin Muriel while Muriel’s husband was at war. Now, with the loss of her cousin, Olivia feels she has trespassed too long on the hospitality of the family. But before she can depart, Muriel’s husband returns, and Olivia’s own thorny history with the man comes rushing in: Years ago, theirs was a tender courtship - followed too soon by a bitter parting of ways. Now two people divided by past betrayal find an unforeseen chance for reconciliation. But when Tristan and Olivia find themselves on opposite sides of a revolution, will their clashing allegiances tear them apart forever?

©2017 Covenant Communications, Inc. (P)2017 Anita Stansfield

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  • 04-02-19

Loved it! 💓

I enjoyed this story very much. I loved coming beck to it throughout the day.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-01-19

Anita Stansfield Fan!

I enjoyed this book. I'm an avid Anita Stansfield fan, although this one didn't captivate me like many of her others. Still a great read and a great love story!

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  • Agatha Istanbul
  • 26-08-20

Narrator,Luone Ingram - no English accent!

I do not like the first 6 hours of this 10 hour book! It is the author lecturing her morals to the readers. I have morals, too, and I live by them, and they are important to me, however I would never lecture someone else who did not ask me for help in some way! The story is very boring and so trite - not at all entertaining, as a novel should be. NO STORY THAT TAKES PLACE IN ENGLAND SHOULD BE NARRATED BY A NARRATOR WHO DOES NOT SPEAK WITH A GOOD ENGLISH ACCENT!!! At first the narrator attempted to mimic the English accent, however it sounded like a southern accent, not a British one! I really do not like listening to an American narrate a British story without a GOOD British accent! It's just not right! At this point in the story, the narrator seems to have given up and is simply speaking everything with an American accent - even dialogue. It's like fingernails on a blackboard to me! I am sure that I will return this book as it is terribly done. From now on, when I purchase a book that takes place in England, I will make sure the narrator is English!

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  • Sylvia
  • 22-03-19

Great book

Great storyline. Loved the characters & how they interacted. Most of all the was the background of the story.