by Nola Jasmine Hosking
A young English lady of the 1860s always sat still, straight and never turned her head. She met young gentlemen only when chaperoned.
She rode sidesaddle, dressed elegantly, spoke quietly and rarely showed her emotions. Her studies included embroidery, drama, music and etiquette…
So what happens when one of these genteel girls, DARIA WADE, is determined to follow her father to Australia?