The Best of Intentions

by SUSAN MASON (Author)Susan Anne Mason (Author)
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She Swore to Protect Her Nephew at Any Cost. But What if That Price is a Chance at Love?

In the aftermath of WWI, Grace Abernathy is determined to reunite her family, crossing an ocean to convince her widowed sister to return home to England. Yet, in Toronto she discovers more tragedy--her nephew Christian in the custody of his paternal relatives, the formidable Easton family, who rejected Grace's sister because of her low social status.

Unconvinced the Eastons can be fitting caretakers, Grace uses an assumed name to secure the position of Christian's nanny and moves into the Easton estate. There she can observe the family up close, while ensuring Christian's well-being. In the course of her new role, she is shocked to find herself falling in love with Andrew Easton, the boy's guardian. Unfortunately, Andrew is promised to a spoiled socialite who is sure to make a terrible stepmother for Christian. Will Grace be able to protect her nephew . . . and her heart?

"Mason begins her new Canadian Crossings series with this engaging family drama set in Toronto in 1919, and featuring sharp character development, an exciting plot, and delightful, forbidden upstairs/downstairs romances. Readers will be charmed as they follow Toronto's elite through galas and carnivals, while exploring the challenge of finding true worth not in wealth or others' approval, but in the comfort of God's grace and forgiveness. Laced with inspiration, Mason's historical faith romance is an uplifting read."--Booklist starred review

Contributors

SUSAN MASON, Author

Susan Anne Mason, Author

Susan Anne Mason's debut historical novel, Irish Meadows, won the Fiction from the Heartland contest from the Mid-American Romance Authors Chapter of RWA. Also a member of ACFW, Susan lives outside of Toronto, Ontario, with her husband and two children. She can be found online at www.susanannemason.com.

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