The Mill Owner's Son

The Mill Owner s Son Alternate Cover Edition B C W N GA young woman is forced to leave the quiet country life she has always known to face the smoggy air and harsh realities of life in Victorian Manchester Still mournin

  • Title: The Mill Owner's Son
  • Author: Lillian White
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Alternate Cover Edition B01C1W6N4GA young woman is forced to leave the quiet country life she has always known, to face the smoggy air and harsh realities of life in Victorian Manchester Still mourning the loss of her beloved father, Ellen has no choice but to go and live with her aunt in the notorious slum area of Ancoats There she takes a job in Jessop s Cotton Mill,Alternate Cover Edition B01C1W6N4GA young woman is forced to leave the quiet country life she has always known, to face the smoggy air and harsh realities of life in Victorian Manchester Still mourning the loss of her beloved father, Ellen has no choice but to go and live with her aunt in the notorious slum area of Ancoats There she takes a job in Jessop s Cotton Mill, where she meets the mill owner s son, Matthew a meeting that has unexpected consequences for them both

    • [PDF] ✓ Unlimited ß The Mill Owner's Son : by Lillian White ✓
      428 Lillian White
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] ✓ Unlimited ß The Mill Owner's Son : by Lillian White ✓
      Posted by:Lillian White
      Published :2019-08-01T03:33:52+00:00

    About "Lillian White"

    1. Lillian White

      I am an author in two distinct and separate genres Historical Romantic Fiction and Horror and Dark Fiction.People wonder how the two can sit side by side At first it is perhaps an unusual mix, but when you think about it, is really only a reflection of the nature of man We all have our darker and our lighter sides I write of the past because history has always interested me I write darker fiction because I love the opportunities it offers to allow the imagination to run wild To me, it is not so odd that I write in both genres But don t take my word for it, give my writing a try and decide for yourself if it works.So, to the Historical Fiction I usually but not exclusively write stories set in the Victorian Era They tend to have a strong element of love and romance, and could be described as mildly erotic However they tend not to be flowery but have been described as gritty, realistic and accurate to the time period in which they are set I currently have two books in this genre, The Mill Owner s Son and The Unschooled Heart, and am working on a third.I write Horror and Dark Fiction as S P Oldham I apologise for having to put both profiles in one here, but policy dictates that it is not possible to separate the two at least, not yet I tend to write supernatural horror for the most part, though occasionally I venture into the worldly aspect see Joe Gallows in Wakeful Children as an example.In this genre I have written three books to date and am working on a fourth Wakeful Children A Collection of Horror and Supernatural Tales Hag s Breath A Collection of Witchcraft and Wickedness Sleep, Think, Die The Zombie Apocalypse When a Little Knowledge is a Dangerous Thing I am currently working on the sequel to this book.You can find my S P Oldham persona here author showThanks for taking the time to look in on me I hope you look around a bit, get a feel for what I do, maybe even leave me a comment or a question.Lillian White S P Oldhamsolostinwordsodlekit ho for S P Oldham horror spoldhamauthor.wixsite lil

    628 thoughts on “The Mill Owner's Son”


    1. A charming historical romance! I was impressed from the beginning with the author's accurate - horrifyingly accurate, in fact - description of poverty and mill work in Victorian London. Ellen is such a gentle character, she seems out of place everywhere: the dirty London streets, the maid quarters, the park, or even Matthew's bed. Bewildered, she tumbles through the story rather than drives it. Yet, despite some turns for the over-dramatic, she is a likable character. Matthew, the mill owner's s [...]


    2. This a such a wonderful historical fictional romance read. I was hooked from the very beginning, and was heavily entertained throughout. It seems like a pretty accurate depiction of Victorian England and was really interesting learning about the era. The author speaks heavily of worker conditions in those times which still reflect many other areas of the world today, where those areas that had those past work condition, to this day, still support those practices but with the exception of it bein [...]


    3. This is an amazing look into the class structure of Victorian England with the added interest of romantic involvement. It is reminiscent and representative of similar unfair practices in worker conditions sited by Upton Sinclair in 'The Jungle'. I do not say this lightly - the author has done her research. This book is an easy read and good, good, good. Highly recomnend even if you aren't an historical fiction fan.


    4. i got this book for free in exchange for reviewwow what a book a bit long but goodlots of detailwell written each person in the bookhad a life of thier owna beaftuil story its one of the best romance booksi read in a long time


    5. Very adept at pulling the heartstrings. Author has potential but this book veered off course. Conflicting characterizations, lax editing, somewhat strange and off putting sex scenes.



    Leave a Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *