The Gilded Mirror

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Anne Davenport is a stranger in a foreign land. An immigrant from Austria alienated from her family, she must learn to survive however she can even if that means becoming a maid. Dreams of returning to Austria collide with her employer Lord Birkshire and she has no one to turn to. Through unwarranted cruelty and social injustice Anne learns to spread her wings and fly. More

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About Danielle Nicole Bienvenu

Danielle lives under the big Texas sky with her two Golden Retrievers. She is a French teacher and enjoys spending her spare time traveling doing mission work, reading, writing, playing guitar and singing. She can also be found dancing and trying her hand at photography. At twenty-four years old Danielle is the seasoned author of “Against All Odds: The Ruby Princess” (2004) and “Le Beau Coeur- The Beautiful Heart” (2009). She is also the author of countless E-readers.

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Review by: Lisa Williamson on Feb. 06, 2013 :
This is a sweet little romance short story. Set after WW1 the heroine is a sweet thing thrust into a job that we think of more often in the century before. The sweet memories and longing for Austria fit well into the tale but the story is just a little to short for the tale. A few more pages and I think it would be a total winner.
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Review by: Kate Worth on Jan. 31, 2013 :
This is a sweet fairy tale story about Anne, an English girl who is cast aside when her father remarries. She is eventually forced to become a maid to earn her keep and ends up serving a cruel lord who can't keep his hands to himself. Her employer's neighbor, Viscount Alexander Ashwood, befriends her and they eventually find love.
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