Elizabeth BrownChildren's Nurse { free } By Rosalind Brett

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Elizabeth's joy in finding the sister she hadn't seen since child hood was uickly overshadowed by. 3 Stars Orphaned when she was a toddler Elizabeth was raised by her Aunt and had thought she had no other living relatives She d trained to be a children s nurse and when her Aunt became ill Elizabeth learnt she had an older sister who had been about nine when their parents died Diana had been taken in by an Uncle whose wife felt an older girl would be easier to manage than a demanding toddler Elizabeth s Aunt had begged to keep the girls together and even offered to keep both if only the Uncle would offer financial support but the Uncle s wife had taken a shine to the very pretty Diana and the girls were separated Elizabeth grew up to be a very generous and kind hearted young woman cherishing the value of family So upon learning about Diana she decided to seek her out however the last news had been that they d all moved to France where the Uncle s wife was from To help in her task Elizabeth took the position of children s nanny for two very young children in Provence and upon arriving she sent advertisements to various newspapers across France seeking any information on DianaElizabeth loves France and she adores the children she s caring for They re staying in a Villa owned by an elderly Aunt while the parents are travelling extensively Life had settled into a routine until the Comte d Anelle nearly runs Elizabeth over Elizabeth doesn t know he s the Comte just some wealthy arrogant man so when he scolds her she insults his driving Later the man who introduces himself as Louis comes to the Villa to check that she is okay and again his manner rubs Elizabeth the wrong way and she spars with him It s not until the next morning when the local paper arrives that she learns that the man she s been rude to is the Comte who has returned to his Chateau with several high society guests one a particularly beautiful blonde The Comte insists on drawing Elizabeth into his circle with invitations to lunch and dinner at the Chateau The elderly Aunt insists that Elizabeth accept as this brings the Aunt also into the Comte s circle But Elizabeth doesn t care for the blonde beauty Mimi who doesn t hide her infatuation with Louis even in front of her doting husband When Mimi seeks out Elizabeth and tells her that she s Diana and that she doesn t want anything to do with her Elizabeth is shocked Mimi married Augusts for his money but now she s in love with Louis and nothing is going to stop her from having him This is a charming vintage romance with a young woman who suddenly finds her very ordinary self in the midst of wealthy important people She learns though that she rather prefers her uiet life compared to the pettiness she encounters especially from her own sister Seeing the ruthless woman her sister is shatters Elizabeth s dream of being a part of a family and leaves her with a bitter taste Louis is enchanted with Elizabeth and misinterprets her loyalty to the artist for love He tries very hard to get rid of the artist and doesn t hide his dislike for him Elizabeth confounds him as the only woman who seems uninterested to be in his company What he doesn t realize is that Elizabeth thinks that it s Mimi that he loves and that he only tolerates her because he s the Comte and it would be rude not to There s some high drama around the secret of Mimi but it all sorts out and Louis and Elizabeth get their HEAEdited to add 3 12 Stars Browsing through my vintage collection I came across this one again and found myself enjoying it all over again In 2015 I gave this 3 Stars I ve upgraded that a half star as for me this story was still able to charm me

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Elizabeth BrownChildren's Nurse

Shock For she found out that Diana was in love with the same man as Elizabeth herself and most o. This book contains a few complicated weird messed up elements that I enjoyed greatly

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F the cards were stacked in Diana's favorIn such a tangled situation could they each find happine. Every once in awhile I find an old unread novel which fits my indescribable idea of the perfect romanceVery satisfying read


8 thoughts on “Elizabeth BrownChildren's Nurse

  1. says:

    3 Stars Orphaned when she was a toddler Elizabeth was raised by her Aunt and had thought she had no other living relatives She'd tra

  2. says:

    Elizabeth is working as a children's nurse with a family on the coast of Provence She took the job to find her estranged sister who was adopted by French relatives after the death of their parentsShe meets Louis

  3. says:

    I love this old style writing

  4. says:

    This book contains a few complicated weird messed up elements that I enjoyed greatly

  5. says:

    Every once in awhile I find an old unread novel which fits my indescribable idea of the perfect romanceVery satisfying read

  6. says:

    I really enjoy these vintage books For one they really have so much story going on compared to the current books F

  7. says:

    This was completely bonkers But also a lot of fun

  8. says:

    This was one of my favourites when I read it over 40 years ago aged about 11 in 1976 This was published in 1961 the year of her death and under her other pseudonym Rosalind Brett This cover version I think was 1967 and was in my mum's collection when I discovered it to read I loved the setting the south of france and th