Alone No More

Alone No More Dismissed from her job as a scullery maid and cast aside by her lover pregnant Cara Morland has no choice but to return to her father s farm While lies of widowhood keep her from disgrace Cara is fa

  • Title: Alone No More
  • Author: Terri Rochenski
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 252
  • Format: ebook
  • Dismissed from her job as a scullery maid and cast aside by her lover, pregnant Cara Morland has no choice but to return to her father s farm While lies of widowhood keep her from disgrace, Cara is faced with a local landowner s unwanted attentions Without the social status to do much than avoid the vile man, she loses hope of ever finding happiness A friendship baDismissed from her job as a scullery maid and cast aside by her lover, pregnant Cara Morland has no choice but to return to her father s farm While lies of widowhood keep her from disgrace, Cara is faced with a local landowner s unwanted attentions Without the social status to do much than avoid the vile man, she loses hope of ever finding happiness A friendship based on mutual loneliness blossoms between Cara and James Elliot, a young farm hand hired by her father He offers his protection, and one shared kiss reveals his heart, but propriety and her feigned grieving period hinders what they both desire.When Cara s stalker learns the truth of her circumstances, he gives her an ultimatum submit to his possession or he ll ruin her second chance at love with James.

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    1 thought on “Alone No More”

    1. A love story that builds from warmth to passion. I liked how Ms. Rochenski wove in the social mores of the times in Cara's situation and how one poor choice could and did place a woman in a precarious position. Great characterization and good setting descriptions. A thoroughly enjoyable read.

    2. Alone No More started out sweet and then became amazing. It was just what I needed. I sympathized with Cara. Her gentleness and youth made it impossible not to like her and feel sorry for her situation. She was written so believably well that I could’ve sworn her thoughts and emotions were my own. As soon as James Elliot made his appearance I dare say I was taken by him instantly. And I don’t think I’ll ever be able to smell the scent of cloves in the same way again. ;)I loved the confront [...]

    3. Sometimes you just want a pleasant little love story. No great crusades, no earth-shattering conflicts, no monumental battles, just a mistreated maidservant yearning for a better life and a kind-hearted farmer with an unhappy past who may be her answer.The story is short and sweet with some lovely descriptions of the English moors. In less than an hour you'll discover if they achieve their happily every after.

    4. I'm not usually a fan of first person narrative, or of old fashioned style speech, but this just worked. A lovely story, fitting for the time, I was taken on the journey with her, willing the girl to get her man.

    5. Good story. Quick and yet has a lot of heart in the novella. I most found intriguing the look into how difficult it was to be a woman in this time in history. Cara is forced to become a scullery made due to a rich landowner stalking her. Her family's solution is to send her away because they can't afford to tick off the town's landowner. Lonely and isolated Cara has an affair with a married man and get's pregnant, for which she is fired from her job. Sent back home in shame she is at the mercy o [...]

    6. Gosh I'm tired. I made the mistake of starting Love's Sorrow in the morning while just trying to kick back for a few minutes until my coffee kicked inwell, there went the rest of my day! Then I had to download Love's Revenge so I could move into it instantlywell. so much for my evening. Then I still needed more and downloaded Alone No More. my sleep-time goodbye. Yes, they were that good!

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