Davenport House 3: A Mother’s Love

(3 customer reviews)


Clean Historical Romance Mystery

The family saga continues in this third book to Davenport House, beginning with a chapter that looks into the past to understand the present.

Motor cars and telephone calls are now part of the modern life at Davenport House. It is summertime in 1915 Pennsylvania and the ladies of the house are making big plans for the year. Clara takes financial matters into her own hands and discovers an unlikely alliance outside of the house. The future becomes uncertain when faiths collide and a sudden outbreak of fever sweeps across the county.

Ethan and his father are absent for days when secrets of the past are found in a letter. The trustee reopens the estate of the late Mr. Davenport with the power to change everything for everyone at Davenport House.

3 reviews for Davenport House 3: A Mother’s Love

  1. Janalyn Prude

    Well researched and well told. The massacre at wounded knee has personal stories told by American Indians in those default against. I have read many books about this massacre and the one quote that always stuck out to me is when the captain said kill the children, because little lice, becomes big lice unlike Are there books on this topic this one is packed with facts and personal stories I have never heard before. I thoroughly enjoyed it and the narrator did such a wonderful job after I finish this I bought another book narrated by him. Such a great story. I mean a tragic story but all very well.

  2. Kayla

    This is my second favorite book in the series. It’s where things truly start to heat up. I couldn’t stop listening because I needed to know what happens next. A few of the reveals had me absolutely shocked. I couldn’t believe what was happening.

  3. Rosemary HUGHES

    We find out why Miss Whitmore had head to England, and also what the voyage was like.
    William and Mary set a date, but certain issues arise that threaten their happiness.
    We also loose one of the main characters, which causes a lot of grief.
    There is a lot more to this tale, but telling it all would spoil a good yarn.

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