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Thursday's child has far to go 1912 LondonEighteen year old Flora Butler is going up in the world She has the prized position of lady's maid to young Constance Ogilvie and is able to provide for her beloved parents and four younger siblings She has even fallen in love an The story of

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A Maidens Voyage (Days of the Week #5)

D though she does not feel uite ready to marry the charming Jamie Branning her future seems clearBut Flora's life is turned upside down when her mistress's father dies in a tragic accident Connie is forced to move to New York to live with her aunt until she comes of age This is Book Rockonomics is turned upside down when her mistress's father dies Pathfinder Chronicles in a tragic accident Connie Velvet Submission (Club Velvet Ice, is forced to move to New York to live with her aunt until she comes of age This Oil Painting is Book

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And begs Flora to go with her Flora has never left the country before and now faces a difficult decision give up her position or leave her family behind But when her beau lets her down her mind is made upSoon Connie and Flora head for Southampton to board the RMS Titanic A Maiden's Vo


10 thoughts on “A Maidens Voyage (Days of the Week #5)

  1. says:

    I'm giving this book four stars because overall it was a light enjoyable readThere are a lot of 'coincidences' in it that I thought were a little far fetched at times Two big events take place in the story the sinking of the Titanic and World War I but these were glossed over as mainly the book is about Flora and the people she meets along the way I picked it up primarily for the Titanic story but even though that part was almost an after thought it didn't bother me as by this point you realise it's a character driven bookThose that interact with Flora along the way were well done I thought Life in New York was hard at the time and this we clearly get to see thatOf course there's a HEA for everyone and I felt this part was a little weak It all happened too easily However well worth a read


  2. says:

    The story of Flora Butler who is maid to Connie Ogilvie the year is 1911 after Flora returned from visiting her parents and sweetheart Jamie Branning in Whitechapel Connie and her father had been involved in a accident Connie is sent to New York to stay with relatives and the house is to be locked up she wants Flora with her and to stay and then come back when they are both twenty one Flora decides to go but leaving Jamie is hard but they are too young for marriage Nervous both girls are booked onto the unsinkable Titanic departing from Southampton this is A MAIDENS VOYAGE But tragedy happens and vulnerable Flora is saved and mistaken for Connie she arrives on the Carpathia safe into the hands of Alexandra and Magnus Ward who are now her aunt and uncle and she starts her new life as Constance Ogilvie That not as easy as you read on This is a lovely story about flora it touched my heart from the start and I couldn't put it down all the way through I LOVED IT  


  3. says:

    Book fiveThe story of Flora Butler who is maid to Connie Ogilvie the year is 1911 after Flora returned from visiting her parents and sweetheart Jamie Branning in Whitechapel Connie and her father had been involved in a accident Connie is sent to New York to stay with relatives and the house is to be locked up she wants Flora with her and to stay and then come back when they are both twenty one Flora decides to go but leaving Jamie is hard but they are too young for marriage Nervous both girls are booked onto the unsinkable Titanic departing from Southampton this is A MAIDENS VOYAGE But tragedy happens and vulnerable Flora is saved and mistaken for Connie she arrives on the Carpathia safe into the hands of Alexandra and Magnus Ward who are now her aunt and uncle and she starts her new life as Constance Ogilvie That not as easy as you read on This is a lovely story about flora it touched my heart from the start and I couldn't put it down all the way throughI LOVED IT


  4. says:

    My nan insisted I read this and I reluctantly took it off her hands I had low expectations Turns out it was a bloody lovely easy read and exactly what I needed


  5. says:

    This is Book 5 in the Days of the week series but is a book that you can read without reading the first four books The character Sunday appears in the first book and appears towards the end of this story but if you hadn't read the first four books you wouldn't realise Readers of the previous books like myself would recognise the character straight awayI don't want to give out any spoilers but the book is about a maid called Flora and how her and the lady she works for set sail for America on the ill fated TitanicAnother well written book by Rosie Goodwin which I couldn't put down until I had finished it and can't wait to read the next instalment of Flora and her familyThank you Rosie for writing such lovely books


  6. says:

    Brilliant I loved this book definitely Rosie Goodwin at her best Flora is a superb main character she is loveable hardworking and she enjoys a challenge Of course she has lots to overcome during the time the story takes place We first meet Flora working as a ladies maid to Miss Constance In a very short time both Connie and Flora's lives change forever when Connie's Father is killed in an accident his will states that he wishes Connie to travel to New York to live with her aunt The story as usual features lots of twists and turns and kept me turning pages to see what would happen next An easy five stars


  7. says:

    A Maiden's Voyage it seemed a bit slow in the beginning but once into it could not put it down I feel that this book is not as good as the other days of the week Do not be put off by this as everyone's thoughts are different I enjoyed it so I gave it 5 stars


  8. says:

    Another lovely story from the pen of Rosie Goodwin a book that takes you on a journeywith great characters and a very strong story can't wait for her next book as she always writes a lovely story5


  9. says:

    Another fantastic book by the great Lesley Pearce


  10. says:

    Pretty boring and often predictable I thought Many plot points are farfetched or unconvincing and I was left rolling my eyes at the basic repetitive prose She tells us something and then basically repeats the same thing again in the next chapter or even the next paragraph I got bored of all the explanations of how people were feeling all the time readers know how to read between the lines Colleen's dialogue also annoyed me Is that how the author thinks Irish people really speak? Ending every other sentence with 'so it is' was infuriating I felt that everyone forgave Flora far far too easily She put people though emotional hell and NO ONE gets angry or even annoyed at her deceptions? No they all adore her and tell her it wasn't her fault I'm not saying they shouldn't forgive her but I'd expect them to feel at least a little bit hurt at her liesThe scenes on the Titanic annoyed me They were over far too uickly and it seemed the author had done very little research into the sinking because there were a huge amount of historical errors Why not just sink a fictional ship if you're going to make it all up anyway? So many missed opportunities there one being the visit to Macy's by Flora and Alex a couple of weeks after the sinking The owners of Macy's Isidor and Ida Straus died in the sinking yet not a single mention? I would have thought it might at least have been distressing for Flora to go there particularly as their deaths were so widely publicised and their memorial service was so large thousands had to be turned away Overall not a book I'd read again


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