The Tutor’s Daughter {review}


When I’ve had a long day {week, month, or year…} nothing pleases me more than to curl up with an interesting historical novel. I have a few authors that I depend on to supply me with a steady stream of such books. 🙂  Julie Klassen has kept up her end of the bargain and has written books to capture your imagination. They are thoroughly researched  and set in the beloved Regency era. Her latest novel, The Tutor’s Daughter, is the same as all the ones before. Fascinating, a little bit predictable, and still full of page-turning enjoyment.


Emma Smallwood longs to help her widowed father who has run a boarding school for most of her life. When hard circumstances cause them to close the school, she helps secure a job for him as a tutor for the younger brothers of two former students.

But when they arrive, mysterious things begin to happen and the family doesn’t seem all that keen on their presence.

Strange noises, troubling notes, questionable comments… and the two older boys seem to both have a vested interest in the tutor’s daughter.




A fun read for anyone who enjoys historical fiction. You can click here to watch the book trailer. 

I received a copy in exchange
for my honest review from 
Bethany House Publishers.





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