Born a Workhouse Baby: Victorian Romance

Born a Workhouse Baby: Victorian Romance

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, Historical

Deserted by a selfish man, and driven to the workhouse, young Annabel and her midwife mother face a harsh and hopeless future.

A critical situation for the workhouse governor then opens a door of deliverance for them both, but it seems that revenge and bitterness hound their every step.

A harrowing story of stolen love, rich and poor, faith, family, and fearful odds, Born A Workhouse Child, will keep your heart pounding and your hopes soaring to the end.

Join Dolly Price for her most heart-warming Victorian romance yet, and follow Annabel’s courageous quest to discover the real meaning of love, faith, and family.

Title:Born a Workhouse Baby: Victorian Romance
Edition Language:English
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    Born a Workhouse Baby: Victorian Romance Reviews

  • Pam

    The story of AnnabelFrom the book's title I thought this was about a child born in a workhouse and what happened to her. Not about a midwife mother, her daughter, the father, and all the young men in ...

  • MRS JOY ANNE BRISTOWE

    Workhouse babyVery easy reading , takes you away from life,s reality. Brings history of midwifery back in the day , how dangerous birth could be. ...

  • stella

    Good readThis book keep me interested from beginning to end.This author will be one that I will continue to follow.I enjoy clean reading...

  • Gwen Hight

    A good qThis is a very good Victorian story of love and loss A young woman andher mother delivered a baby in the workhouse and it changed their lives...

  • Margaret Young

    Pretty amazing readThe book sped over years of betrayal, drugs, abandon, poverty & wealth. Throw in births, marriages, deaths & murder, and you have an intriguing story....

  • Kivalina Mauck

    ThisIs a must read, Annabell does get placed through hell but it all works out in the very end. She is one strong lady....

  • Carolyn Capps

    Good read!One of my best reads. One that you don't want to stop reading. Chose a time when I could read for hours....