The Lady of the Hall

About the Author: Veronica Heley

Veronica Heley has published than fifty books, including crime fiction, historical, and children s titles She is currently involved in the Ellie Quicke series of crime stories and a variety of other projects A full time writer, she has been married to a London probation officer since 1964, and has one musician daughter.AKA

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  • Paperback
  • 317 pages
  • The Lady of the Hall
  • Veronica Heley
  • English
  • 09 April 2017
  • 9780310250791

The Lady of the HallMinty Must Overcome Seemingly Insurmountable Obstacles To Keep Her Home And Her Relationship With The Man She Loves In Book Two Of The Eden Hall Series, Minty Has Inherited Her Beloved Eden Halland A Host Of Problems The Villagers Depend On The Hall For Their Livelihood, But There Is No Money To Keep The Massive Hall Open Members Of Her Step Family Do Their Utmost To Undermine Her Reputation, And Some Of The Staff At The Hall Are Up To No Good Everyone Has High Expectations For Minty But She Is Too Inexperienced To Avoid All The Pitfalls In Her New Life.To Make Matters Worse, Patrick, Her True Love, Is Having Doubts About Their Future Together They Both Must Learn How To Forgive Those Who Have Damaged Them In The Past, Even When Those Same People Still Have The Power To Destroy Them.

10 thoughts on “The Lady of the Hall

  1. Valerie (Val& says:

    Lady of the Hall is the second book in the Eden Hall series It picks up right where the first book left off I enjoyed this book, probably not quite as much as the first, but I did still very much enjoy it The only issue I had was with some of the conflict, sometimes I didn t quite understand why certain things seemed to be such a huge problem, but I liked the characters well enough to just accept things the way they were, and kept reading If you rea...

  2. Ann says:

    After the death of her father, Araminta Minty has inherited 25 million pounds and Eden Hall, a vast English estate As she struggles to bring it and the surrounding village out of the bankruptcy caused by her step brother, she is blocked at every turn All of which is happening while she is desperately trying to learn the ropes of becoming Lady of the Hall and taking over the charitable foundation that her father established.While she and her fiance Patrick a...

  3. Heather Rogers says:

    DINT READ FIRST PAGE Loved the first book, However, the first page of this book gave the whole plot away I still read it through but it was a major disappointment as I carried out exactly how I figured it would.

  4. Kacey says:

    I loved this book and must find the others in the series.

  5. Gin Tadvick says:

    Really like this series of books The characters are well drawn and mostly likeable Except for Simon

  6. Angela Sellers says:

    Enchanting Like the first book, I was drawn in by the first chapter, and when i wasn t reading it, I was thinking about it.

  7. Karen says:

    Interesting seeing the main character come to terms with her new responsibilities to both the hall and the people, and to see her true relationships develop.

  8. Rose says:

    F Hel

  9. Joanne Compton says:

    Even though I read this story long before I heard about Downton Abbey but there are similarities I enjoyed this book and the series.