Invisible by Day (Paperback)
Beautiful young Kate has three men in her life--the aristocrat who wants to bed her, the suitor who wants to marry her, and the man who must save her.
"If you loved Downton Abbey, you'll devour Invisible by Day. Teri Fink recreates World War I era England with vivid details, but while she paints the era with love, she doesn't sentimentalize it. Instead, she captures much of the brutality, sexism and class warfare that defined the times. A detailed, sweeping novel that explores three of the most compelling facets of human life: love, war, and redemption. Readers will be marking their calendars for Teri Fink's next release." A.C. Fuller, Author of the "Alex Vane Media Thriller" Series
Born into the Scottish working class, Kate McLaren is a servant. When Lord Des McGregor, a member of the wealthy elite, woos her, she falls in love. Her life in tatters, she escapes and marries James Casey, a young man from her village. They live in London, where James' career thrives, they start a family, and Kate struggles to find her place in society.
Lord Mark St. John, owner of the shipping company where James clerks, becomes the couple's benefactor. Mark divides his time between London and his country estate, Stonebeck Hall, where his traditionalist mother, independent sister, and shy wife reside.
When Kate crosses paths with Des again, he becomes obsessed with her.
Then the Great War comes along and changes everything. As Kate struggles to make a new life for herself with James away at war, she suffers a grief too great to bear--a dark night of the soul--and stumbles upon a secret that threatens her very existence.
Evolved Publishing presents a glance into Great Britain of the early 1900s, where the lives of the working class and the wealthy elite intertwine. Vanish into this historical novel, and share the love, pain, agony, and delight of those trying to make their lives against the backdrop of the Great War. Newly Revised Second Edition.
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