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Alf but the urge to know what happens speeds YOU ALONG PLEASE READ THIS ONE IT S SUCH along Please read this one it s such beautiful book Now I m off to read another Florence Barclay book and it looks to be as good as this one this uote summarize the whole theme of the novelBeauty is not in the face beauty is a light in the heartKahlil Gibrani read it and really enjoyedtalks about the inner beauty And the extent to which it can overcome the beauty of appearanceand that beauty is in the eye of The BeholderThe Story Of beholderThe story of Champion a Woman in her thirties she is simple looking but has a sweet voice and is talented in playing pianoGarth A young man who is very handsome and wealthy Well known as a painter with great skills uring one of the concerts attended by both the singer Rayuan Sang Bos [Seduced By the Boss] didnt come Jane replaced her she agreed to sing but was too shy to sing in front of people she sang the rosaryThe hours I spent with theeear heartAre as a string of pearls to meI count them over ev ry one apartMy rosary my rosaryEach hour a pearl each pearl a prayerTo still a heart in absence wrungI tell each bead unto the endAnd there a cross is hungO memories that bless and burnO barren gain and bitter lossI kiss each bead and strive at last to learnTo kiss the cross sweet heart to kiss the crossher soft and affectionate voice and the tone of nostalgia in her songGarth was completely surprisedher beautiful soul was unfolded and her sweetnesshe asks to marry her but she rejected his love as he is a boyand too youngfor herJane was not ugly but her excessive sensitivity make her feel that she Bachelor to the Rescue (Home to Dover, didnteserve his lovehe was hurted as he love her Secrets At Maple Syrup Farm deeply and see her prettiness and beautythe story makes you want to keep reading till you find out how the lovers reunitethis novel takes you to the perfect love emotionsIf you like stories like Pride and Prejudice Persuasion and Sense and Sensibility you ll enjoy this The Rosary is one of those wonderful but unfortunately completely overlooked books Iteserves to rank as high as books by Jane Austen LM Alcott Charlotte Bronte and LM Montgomery yet few people have ever Heard Of It Such of it Such shame because it is one of the most beautiful and romantic books I ve ever read Florence L Barclay paints very vivid pictures for her readers and makes the book impossible to put Whispers Of The Heart down I cannot recommend it highly enoughUnfortunately it s veryifficult to find the book except through second hand bookstores However it s available as an e book through Project Gutenberg here and as an audiobook through Librivox here both absolutely free for your enjoyment Shameless plu. And “the veil is lifted” to him He The Dukes Gamble declares his love to her but Janeoes not believe his love will last Then things get interestin. The RosaryThis book is so wonderful I really really enjoyed and loved it There were some humorous parts some tense parts some that were lovely and beautiful and some that made ME WANT TO CRY I LOVED want to cry I loved the life like characters and their Unmasking the Marquess (Hold Your Breath, development was very wellone Definitely one of my favorite romancesMuch of a hidden gem The Rosary follows Jane Champion who thinks herself rather plain and unattractive When handsome Garth Dalmain promptly falls hard for her it takes a horrifying accident for her to accept his proposal of marriage and for their love to blossom A truly beautiful story of love that sacrifices itself for the other and gives all 25 Was intrigued by the very high ratings 412 Had to see what the fuss was about Apparently a bestseller in 1910 Wellit had it s appeal for me too I love a heroine who is plain what Let Go does that really mean anyway not ugly it seems only heroes are allowed to beownright hideous and logical Jane Eyre for instance Setting Jane Champion against an artist who values physical beauty above all is interesting I liked that a lot However I found it hard to suspend my isbelief about the nurse bit Garth wasn t just blind he was an idiot And Everyone Was Too everyone was too no one had any failings or uirks or real personality Contrast that with a Rochester gruff rude at times hiding a ark secret but for good reason and it s easy to see why a book like this oesn t stand the test of time as Jane Eyre has Still I have to give Barclay credit for a very readable novel I am a little torn The love story in this book is really touching and uniue And there is so many true and beautiful thoughts but I suddenly became conscious that for the first time in my whole life I was essential to somebody I could not enter a room without realising that he was instantly aware of my presence I could not leav romance novel was apparently the best seller of the year 1910 so I thought I would test the novel was apparently the best seller of the year 1910 so I thought I would test the of its appeal What immediately struck me was that this tale of the young English gentry working through the ifficulties of their love lives in order to reach the safe haven of engagement and marriage is exactly the kind of thing that PG Wodehouse was parodying there is even an eccentric Duchess with peculiar taste in pets here so even if nobody actually reads The Rosary these Major Westhavens Unwilling Ward days it has a certain legacyIt is well enough written I certainly liked it much than 1909 s bestseller with the plot concerning a youngish woman who turnsown a proposal of marriage because she feels she is not beautiful enough for her artistic admirer thoug. First published in 1909 The Rosary tells the story of Jane Champion and Garth Dalmain The Honourable Jane is plain smart and fiercely ,

H she lies and tells him that he is too young for her She then travels around the world bitterly regretting her choice and on hearing that her young man has been struck blind by a plot evice persuades a friendly octor to allow her to nurse him while pretending to be someone else who just happens to have a similar voice to the woman he loves Well you can guess how it ends but it would probably make a ecent film either set in 1910 or updated to the present Though we might skip over the unexpected revelation two thirds of the way through that she had gained nursing experience in the Boer War Why Did This Not Come did this not come earlier and I suspect that the author is not well informed about Scottish marriage law oh arn I gave away the endingThe Rosary of the title incidentally was a very popular "SONG OF THE DAY WHICH OUR HEROINE SINGS THUS "of the Act Like You Know day which our heroine sings thus our hero that she is the one for him If you really want to hear it I ve found a Vera Lynn rendition on Youtube though I could haveone without the picture seuenceAnd my friends list have satisfied me about the sperm Melodramatic suffering sighing and professions of love at their height which in any other book would induce episodes of gagging and eye rolling in this reader but which for some reason induced feelings of protective loyalty instead I was convinced that though the A Guide to Americas Sex Laws dialogue exchanged would be permitted only at the opera today it was befitting the characters written whose intense artistic pas Teresa Scotton Williams 55The Rosary is an exuisitely timeless story of Jane Championbeauteous of soul and voice but enclosed in a plain though intensely feminine body When the star singer has an illness Jane is called upon to sing The Rosary which sheoes with amazing sweetness power and beauty Garth Dalmain extremely handsome and artistically gifted in his own right found that the veil is lifted to reveal Can I give this 6 stars Or It was so so sweet and I am learning that I really love these obscure books written around the turn of the 20th century The ialogue was rich and thoughtful and the characters were all just entirely lovable There was A Strong Sense Of strong sense of ignity and faithfulness that was part of the plot It was just great What a find I m so glad I found this book It is truly engrossing from the first pages And as eeply moving as any Bronte or Austen work The first half of the book is so perfectly written and edited that I could see the scenes enacted in my head as if watching a movie for some reason I pictured James McAvoy as the hero She lags somewhat in the second Oyal Garth is artistic sensitive and exceedingly handsome After years of friendship one night Garth hears Jane sing for the first time. .