Pathfinding Women (Waxwood Series: Book 3)

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When the journey into the past is also the key to the future…

At the close of the nineteenth century, Vivian Alderdice is twenty-six, unmarried, and has no prospective suitors. Now the heiress of the Alderdice fortune, she has yet to fulfill her duty to her family and society by marrying well and producing heirs.

Her brother’s tragic plight the year before left the Alderdice family socially on shaky ground with Nob Hill’s blue bloods. The only way they can re-establish their social position is for Vivian to win the heart of Monte Leblanc, a wealthy Canadian bachelor looking to become a member of the exclusive Washington Street society to which the Alderdices belong.

But what a young man on the train to Waxwood tells Vivian about her grandmother shakes her to the core and takes her back seven years when she first began exploring the past. Vivian is torn between the future in the arms of Monte LeBlanc and the specters of the past determined to send her on a journey she is reluctant to take.

If you enjoy family dramas with a touch of romance and suspense, you’ll love the continuation of The Alderdice family saga set in the remaining years of America’s Gilded Age.

Get Pathfinding Women today to discover the mystery behind the Alderdice family that will change Vivian’s life forever!

What reviewers are saying:

This series is for those who love the era of gentile literature, the Jane Austen and Little Women-type stories of family saga, of noblesse oblige and grasping for status just before the rise of the middle class in America. – Lisa Lickel, author and blogger, Living our Faith Out Loud

Vivian, the main character is definitely a voice of change and rebellion against the high society expectations that a young woman’s sole purpose in life was to pursue and catch the best possible husband. – Amazon reader

This is a fascinating read about the challenge of being a woman who wants her freedom when societal expectations tell them that they shouldn’t. – Amazon Vine Voice reader

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Photo Credit: Painting of three women in white, long-sleeved dresses, Charles Perugini, 1839-1918, oil on canvas: Needpix.com/CC0

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