The Housekeeper's Daughter
A story of family, secrets and love set in the beautiful Devonshire countryside at Woodicombe House.
Kate Bratton dreams of more. It’s 1914, and her life is mapped out ahead of her: continue working as a maid in the beautiful Woodicombe House, settle down with Luke the gardener and, of course, start a family.
Desperate to run away in search of adventure, Kate’s plans are curtailed by the arrival of the Russell family at Woodicombe House. Tasked with becoming a ladies-maid for their daughter, Naomi, Kate gets a glimpse of the other side of life. Little does she know that all families have secrets, no matter their standing.
Will Kate return to the safety of her life before the Russell’s departure? Or will the handsome Ned Russell turn her head?
The Woodicombe House Sagas
- The Housekeer’s Daughter
- A Wife’s War
- The Soldier's Return
Praise for The Housekeeper's Daughter:
‘I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and found the story to flow well. There were many twists and turns that built up to the final conclusion. Very enjoyable and definitely recommended’ 5* Reader review