“The Girl in the Gatehouse” Book Review


Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5
Genre: Christian Historical Fiction
Julie Klassen’s style of writing pulls you into the story. Mariah Aubrey’s life was turned upside down by a past she would like to forget, but cannot. This book teaches God’s love and that He can, and will, forgive anything–even if we have trouble forgiving ourselves.
Being an Anglophile and a lover of all things Jane Austen, I highly recommend this book to readers, like myself, who cannot get enough of Mr. Darcy-like characters.
Klassen weaves this story by teaching the truth that our past can be put in the past, and that we can have a promising future if we hang onto God.

If you like Julie Klassen, check out her latest novel, The Maid of Fairbourne Hall or secular author Jane Alymer’s Darcy’s Story.


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Carole writes inspirational fiction for lovers of tea and scones, castles and cottages, and all things British.


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