Fairlyden

Fairlyden Matthew Cameron s death has ended the three life lease on the tenancy of the farm of Nethertannoch but Sandy Logan hopes to secure the tenancy so that he can keep his promise made to Matthew on his d

  • Title: Fairlyden
  • Author: Gwen Kirkwood
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Matthew Cameron s death has ended the three life lease on the tenancy of the farm of Nethertannoch but Sandy Logan hopes to secure the tenancy so that he can keep his promise, made to Matthew on his deathbed, namely to love and protect his daughter, Mattie He has made his promise with joy and sincerity because he loves the beautiful and vulnerable Mattie, who has been deaMatthew Cameron s death has ended the three life lease on the tenancy of the farm of Nethertannoch but Sandy Logan hopes to secure the tenancy so that he can keep his promise, made to Matthew on his deathbed, namely to love and protect his daughter, Mattie He has made his promise with joy and sincerity because he loves the beautiful and vulnerable Mattie, who has been deaf since childhood.The laird, Sir Douglas Irving, has other plans He has little interest in the remote Scottish glen of Caoranne, or its people, but he needs to buy the silence of rapacious farmer, Jacob Reevil, who has long coveted the prosperous Cameron farm and Mattie So the laird promises the girl and the farm to Reevil s idiot son, with no thought for the consequences.

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    1. I was rooting for the deaf central character, Mattie Cameron, and wanted her to succeed. I'm a big fan of underdogs. There was a great deal of pathos in her relationships and a number of memorable characters. I wrote a blog essay partly dealing with Mattie in this novel as an example of discrimination against the deaf. This essay is very specific about the plot in the opening of the book. If that is too much of a spoiler for you, you are now warned. If you are interested in reading an essay abou [...]

    2. An adventure romance novelThis was very interesting and kept your attention throughout the book.It was adventurous and kept me intrigued and satisfied.The plot was suspenseful and a thriller.It had some heartbreak during) the story which really was suspenseful.I would recommend this book to be read by anyone looking for a good down to earth storyline.At times it had a Christian direction which was enlightening and very welcome.It very much deserved the five star rating I gave it

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