Barbara Cartland

They Found their Way To Heaven

Lady Elvin, the daughter of the Earl Winwood was rich, beautiful and in love. Any day now Captain Andrew Broadmoor would propose to her. But then she overheard him saying that he did not love her and would only marry her for her money.Elvina fled, travelling to Cumberland, where she had heard that the Duke of Castleforde was looking for a governess for his unruly sister, Violet. Concealing her true identity, she presented herself as plain Mrs. Winters and in Violet, Elvin found a troubled, rebellious young girl who needed her help. She began to grow close to the Duke, but as their love flowered she realised that his duty to his great house came first. And that duty forbade him to marry a mere governess. It would have been simple to tell him the truth that she was the daughter of an Earl, but pride prevented her. If he would not marry her for herself alone, then she would have none of him. How they resolved their problems and found their way to Heaven is all told in this compelling romantic novel by BARBARA CARTLAND.
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    stephensonannieshared an impression6 years ago
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    Ego, pride can be obstacles so high that one has to learn to set them aside if love is to be the ultimate winner

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    stephensonanniehas quoted6 years ago
    We must all open our hearts and allow ourselves to be filled with the power of love.”
    Barbara Cartland
    Mary Augustowiczhas quoted3 years ago
    Elvina despatched them with a generous cheque. She bore Margaret no ill-will
    fatimahj07has quoted4 years ago
    In truth the Duke was rather shocked at himself. Mrs. Winters, however admirable, was a servant. From birth he had been accustomed to regard servants as a different kind of creature, living on the other side of a barrier which could never be crossed. It was not intentional arrogance, simply what a man of his class had been reared to consider normal.

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