I received a complimentary copy of this book from Multnomah publishers. Julia Foster had to leave her beloved India and return to England when her father fell ill. As soon as he recovers the family will return to their mission work in India, but until then she needs to find a job that will help support them while in England. She is able to find work close to home as the governess at Highland Hall. Will her plans change as she becomes part of the family there?
Julia is a spunky character. She is not afraid to say what she thinks, or wants. She is treated poorly by a lot of the people around her, but she knows her worth and doesn't let it bother her. I felt that the initial relationship between Julia and William is a bit of a stretch. It seems like he trusts her completely almost immediately. I enjoyed the characters. I liked the story. It developed well. The romances were sweet. I liked that character was valued over wealth. I would give this book 4/5 stars.