Katherine Ramsey has high hopes and big plans for the future. Well…she did at one time. But when she makes a big blunder at her debut and then a relative follows that up with a seemingly unforgivable scandal Katherine finds out who her true friends are and whether her dreams are really substantial or just castles in the air that deserve to be blown away.
While not up to par with book one of this series The Daughter of Highland Hall was still an okay read. It wasn’t my favorite but it still has potential for any reader wanting to get lost in the Edwardian Era. So why was it just “okay”? It was rather slow and I didn’t really care for the main character unlike in The Governess of Highland Hall. In the end I found myself forcing myself to continue, to swipe one more page, to complete one more chapter. In the end I think it boils down to this: I really need to enlarge my reading habits to allow for some variety and that way I won’t be feeling like just about every book I read is the same.
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