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The Green Ribbons

By: Clare Flynn

1900. Tragically orphaned at 18, Hephzibah Wildman becomes a governess in a small Berkshire village. A terrible decision impacts her life and the lives of the two men who love her. "A good story teller, Flynn knows just when to dim the lights and when to turn them up."

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How far will she go to save her marriage? How far will he go to keep his promise?

1900. Eighteen-year-old Hephzibah Wildman's world is turned upside down when she loses her parents in a tragic accident. Homeless and destitute, she must leave the security of the Oxford college where her stepfather was Dean, to earn her living as a governess at Ingleton Hall.

Befriending Merritt Nightingale, the local parson, and drawn to the handsome Thomas Egdon, she starts to build a new life for herself. When she attracts the unwanted advances of her employer, the country squire, Sir Richard Egdon, she makes the first of two desperate decisions that will change not only her own life but the lives of those around her.

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