"Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall." (Proverbs 16:18)
So different from any and all other regency novels I have read, "A Heart Revealed" is a tale of true character and love.
After being publicly humiliated, Amber Sterlington - the most sought-after debutante of the season- is sent to a remote family property as an outcast from London society, with just one frustratingly outspoken maid to accompany her. Accustomed to the life of privilege befitting her station, Amber knows nothing about surviving on her own in the seeming wilds of Yorkshire, where luxury seems like a distant dream and dinner doesn't cook itself.
Rarely have I encountered this level of complete transformation and character development (in classic "Taming of the Shrew" style). Everything about this story was so real, while it's singularity to it's genre lent it a whimsical fairy tale charm.
Amber's humbling journey to discover that true beauty lies within is an emotional and captivating page-turner.