Throne of Grace

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Josie is content as a maid in a rich cottager's mansion along the Cliff Walk of beautiful Newport, Rhode Island, but the arrival of her employer's handsome, pensive son tempts her into a relationship that while chaste, is forbidden between their social classes. More
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About Cecily Wolfe

Cecily Wolfe writes contemporary young adult and women's fiction, as well as contemporary sweet romance with her teenage daughter under the name Alessa Martel. She is also the author of the award-winning, best selling Cliff Walk Courtships Christian historical romance series as well as the upcoming sequel series, Cliff Walk Cousins, under the name Cecily K. Wolfe. She graduated from Kent State University with degrees in English and library science, and enjoys her career as a librarian in Cleveland, Ohio, where she lives with her daughters - both of whom are published authors.

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About the Series: Cliff Walk Courtships
Christian historical fiction set in Newport, Rhode Island in 1893-1894

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roxanne richards reviewed on March 7, 2020

Josie Warren works as a maid for the Davenports, the richest family in Newport, Rhode Island. She doesn't have marriage prospects but desires a man with Christian values. Arthur Davenport arrives home after living for several years in Europe. He meets Josie and begins a friendship with her despite the situation she works for him. The friendship develops into love as their position in society comes between them.
I thought the book was well written. I enjoy the plot of two different classes coming together for love. The book was full of Josie and Arthur thinking about each other. It didn't have any suspense. As a reader, I wanted them to do something. Eventually, they worked toward building a homeless shelter, but it took a long time to establish a goal. I like secondary stories so I enjoyed the potential romance between Josie's mother and the doctor.
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