About the Book
Surrender to destiny: a window to heart opens, when one door closes.
Lord William Almonbury is the spare heir, allowing him the freedom to travel the world and marry for love. Inheriting his father’s viscountship was never in the cards, but when both his brother and father become ill, William is summoned home to take over the family affairs.
When Debbey met and married William Almonbury in America, his nobility was part of his past. She never imagined due to unforeseen circumstances, she would not only move across the world but suddenly become a viscount’s wife. Thrust into a world unlike anything she could have ever imagined, Debbey must learn to navigate being the new Viscountess Braybridge.
Will William be able to handle the pressures of his new title? Can Debbey win the hearts of William’s friends and family? Or will their new life in England destroy their hope for a happy marriage?
Magnificently riveting and deeply romantic, The Viscount’s Wife shows the complexities of navigating a new marriage while fitting into a new world.
This sweet, clean book can be read on its own as a stand-alone book or as part of the series.
Window to the Heart Saga: a recountal of the trials, adventures and relationships of the family and friends of Lady Margaret. The first three books detail her journey and book four through seven focuses on her friends and family. The series has compelling themes of love, loss, faith and hope with supremely gratifying conclusions in book 3-7.
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Window to the Heart Saga
Book 1: The English Proposal
Book 2: The French Encounter
Book 3: The American Conquest
Book 4: The Oregon Pursuit
Book 5: The White Wedding
Book 6: The Christmas Bride
Book 7: The Viscount’s Wife
I know this saga cannot keep going on forever, but I wish it would. As always, the plot, dialogue, and other details were historically correct. I love that God is always there whether the characters want Him to be or not.
It is lovely to see this book concentrate on Debbey and William, as I remember these characters from a previous book and liked them immensely. Love always conquers all other things, and it’s pleasing to see that portrayed well within this book. God has a plan for each of us for our life, and no matter what outside influences come our way, if we follow His path, everything will eventually be okay.
As with all the books in this saga, The Viscount’s Wife is a sweet, clean, and well-written story. It could be read as a standalone novel, however, I recommend reading the whole darn lot!
About the Author
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My name is Jenna Brandt and I am a historical fiction author and my books span from the Victorian to Western to WWI eras with elements of romance, suspense and faith. I have been an avid reader since I could hold a book and started writing stories almost as early. I have been published in several newspapers and magazines as well as edited for multiple papers. I graduated with my Bachelor of Arts in English from Bethany College and was the Editor-in-Chief of my college newspaper. I’m a contributor to The Mighty Website, The Girls Who Write VLog as well as a contributor and curator for the Novel PASTime Website. My first blog was published on Yahoo Parenting and The Grief Toolbox as well as featured on the ABC News and Good Morning America websites. I am a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) Romance Writers Association (RWA) and Melissa Storm’s All Access Engine.
Writing is my passion but I also enjoy cooking, watching lots of movies while I write, engaging in social media and spending time with my three young daughters and husband where we live in the Central Valley of California. I am also active in my local church where I serve on the first impressions team and write for the church’s creative team.