Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark
Publication Year: 2018
ASIN: 1492637130
ISBN: 1492637130

Kearsley writes great books to cozy up with and you all named her an author worth binge reading. I've loved the Susanna Kearsley I've read. The publisher calls this one "part history, part romance, and all kinds of magic."

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From New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Susanna Kearsley―A magical novel that blends history, forbidden romance and the paranormal

“I’ve loved every one of Susanna’s books! She has bedrock research and a butterfly’s delicate touch with characters―a sure recipe for historical fiction that sucks you in and won’t let go!”―Diana Gabaldon, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Outlander.

Secrets aren’t such easy things to keep: It’s late summer in 1759, war is raging, and families are torn apart by divided loyalties and deadly secrets. In this complex and dangerous time, a young French-Canadian lieutenant is captured and billeted with a Long Island family, an unwilling and unwelcome guest. As he begins to pitch in with the never-ending household tasks and farm chores, Jean-Philippe de Sabran finds himself drawn to Lydia, the daughter of the house. Slowly, Lydia Wilde comes to lean on Jean-Philippe, a true soldier and gentleman, until their lives become inextricably intertwined. Legend has it that the forbidden love between Jean-Philippe and Lydia ended tragically, but centuries later, the clues they left behind slowly unveil the true story.

Susanna Kearsley’s latest masterpiece, Bellewether, will draw you in and never let you go: Bellewether is the latest from the bestselling author of Season of Storms and Mariana. Susanna Kearsley’s books combine the magic of Deborah Harkness’s Time’s Convert, the picturesque beauty of Sarah Maine’s Women of the Dunes, and the captivating mystery of Kate Morton’s The Clockmaker’s Daughter.

Part history, part romance, and all kinds of magic, Susanna Kearsley’s latest masterpiece will draw you in and never let you go, even long after you’ve turned the last page.

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