The Weaver's Daughter

The Weaver's Daughter

Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dearborne family for as long as Kate can remember, but a war is brewing in their small village, one that has the power to ri Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape tor...

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Title:The Weaver's Daughter
Author:Sarah E. Ladd
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Genres:Historical
ISBN:B072TMTYH6
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:368 pages pages

The Weaver's Daughter Reviews

  • Cara Putman
    Apr 05, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

  • Lisa  (Bookworm Lisa)
    May 06, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

    4.5 stars Sarah Ladd writes a Regency with a fresh perspective. This is not your expected Regency story of romance that takes place in drawing rooms and ballrooms. The Weaver's Daughter tells of the advancements made in the textile mills in the early 1800's and their effects on the ...

    The Weaver's Daughter is a combination of regency romance, historical fiction, and suspense. Pitting 2 families against one another, the Stocktons and the Deerbornes both have a long history in the woolen industry. The Deerborne family are weavers and the Stockton family are mill owner...

    Like many of Sarah E. Ladd's books, this is a Regency story set in a part of Regency society not often touched on in novels. The Christianity in the book is very light and only mentioned occasionally, but I expected that since that is how most of Sarah Ladd's novels are. Her style seem...

    I was captured in this book about love, loyalty, deception, honor, and forgiveness. There are probably more words to be added to the list, but I can't think of them right now. :) Kate and Henry could be described as star-crossed lovers. There families are basically feuding. Henry's ...

  • Dee/ bookworm
    Feb 03, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

    4.5 stars Sarah Ladd writes a Regency with a fresh perspective. This is not your expected Regency story of romance that takes place in drawing rooms and ballrooms. The Weaver's Daughter tells of the advancements made in the textile mills in the early 1800's and their effects on the ...

    The Weaver's Daughter is a combination of regency romance, historical fiction, and suspense. Pitting 2 families against one another, the Stocktons and the Deerbornes both have a long history in the woolen industry. The Deerborne family are weavers and the Stockton family are mill owner...

    Like many of Sarah E. Ladd's books, this is a Regency story set in a part of Regency society not often touched on in novels. The Christianity in the book is very light and only mentioned occasionally, but I expected that since that is how most of Sarah Ladd's novels are. Her style seem...

    I was captured in this book about love, loyalty, deception, honor, and forgiveness. There are probably more words to be added to the list, but I can't think of them right now. :) Kate and Henry could be described as star-crossed lovers. There families are basically feuding. Henry's ...

    'She had done what she told herself not to do. Somehow, in the cracks of daily life, she had let the wall around her heart crumble.' Once again, Sarah Ladd has penned a powerful Regency! I have been a fan since her very first book and I eagerly await each offering from her. The ...

    No one thought Henry Stockton would return from the war alive, and when the young heir to Stockton's cloth mill comes back to the village, not everyone is happy about it. Things have changed in the three years he's been away. There's a growing feud between the mill owners and the weave...

    Loyalty, love and family are at the heart of this dramatic tale, set in 1812 Yorkshire. The backdrop of a growing feud between the industrial mill owners and the traditional weavers, sets the stage for a complicated romance. The author does a good job creating tension between the two f...

    The Weaver's Daughter is an absolutely breathtaking story of love and overcoming odds. It reminded me of a Romeo and Juliet tale, without the suicide at the end. I really loved how this story flowed seamlessly between Kate and Henry's POV. I often feel that an author cannot seamless...

    Wow, Sarah E. Ladd knows how to write an intense plot! And that Henry Stockton gives Mr. Darcy a run for his money. Honor. Loyalty. Justice. All of these are tested throughout the disputes between weavers and mill owners as each one fights for progress. Henry Stockton was declar...

    #TheWeaver'sDaughter #NetGalley publisher synopsis: Kate?s loyalties bind her to the past. Henry?s loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty ...

  • Heidi Robbins (Heidi Reads...)
    May 07, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

  • Loraine
    May 06, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

    4.5 stars Sarah Ladd writes a Regency with a fresh perspective. This is not your expected Regency story of romance that takes place in drawing rooms and ballrooms. The Weaver's Daughter tells of the advancements made in the textile mills in the early 1800's and their effects on the ...

    The Weaver's Daughter is a combination of regency romance, historical fiction, and suspense. Pitting 2 families against one another, the Stocktons and the Deerbornes both have a long history in the woolen industry. The Deerborne family are weavers and the Stockton family are mill owner...

  • Sarah Sundin
    Jul 16, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

  • Rosanne Lortz
    Jan 15, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

    4.5 stars Sarah Ladd writes a Regency with a fresh perspective. This is not your expected Regency story of romance that takes place in drawing rooms and ballrooms. The Weaver's Daughter tells of the advancements made in the textile mills in the early 1800's and their effects on the ...

    The Weaver's Daughter is a combination of regency romance, historical fiction, and suspense. Pitting 2 families against one another, the Stocktons and the Deerbornes both have a long history in the woolen industry. The Deerborne family are weavers and the Stockton family are mill owner...

    Like many of Sarah E. Ladd's books, this is a Regency story set in a part of Regency society not often touched on in novels. The Christianity in the book is very light and only mentioned occasionally, but I expected that since that is how most of Sarah Ladd's novels are. Her style seem...

    I was captured in this book about love, loyalty, deception, honor, and forgiveness. There are probably more words to be added to the list, but I can't think of them right now. :) Kate and Henry could be described as star-crossed lovers. There families are basically feuding. Henry's ...

    'She had done what she told herself not to do. Somehow, in the cracks of daily life, she had let the wall around her heart crumble.' Once again, Sarah Ladd has penned a powerful Regency! I have been a fan since her very first book and I eagerly await each offering from her. The ...

    No one thought Henry Stockton would return from the war alive, and when the young heir to Stockton's cloth mill comes back to the village, not everyone is happy about it. Things have changed in the three years he's been away. There's a growing feud between the mill owners and the weave...

  • Kelly
    Jan 22, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

  • Beth
    Mar 21, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

  • Kristin
    Apr 01, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

    4.5 stars Sarah Ladd writes a Regency with a fresh perspective. This is not your expected Regency story of romance that takes place in drawing rooms and ballrooms. The Weaver's Daughter tells of the advancements made in the textile mills in the early 1800's and their effects on the ...

    The Weaver's Daughter is a combination of regency romance, historical fiction, and suspense. Pitting 2 families against one another, the Stocktons and the Deerbornes both have a long history in the woolen industry. The Deerborne family are weavers and the Stockton family are mill owner...

    Like many of Sarah E. Ladd's books, this is a Regency story set in a part of Regency society not often touched on in novels. The Christianity in the book is very light and only mentioned occasionally, but I expected that since that is how most of Sarah Ladd's novels are. Her style seem...

    I was captured in this book about love, loyalty, deception, honor, and forgiveness. There are probably more words to be added to the list, but I can't think of them right now. :) Kate and Henry could be described as star-crossed lovers. There families are basically feuding. Henry's ...

    'She had done what she told herself not to do. Somehow, in the cracks of daily life, she had let the wall around her heart crumble.' Once again, Sarah Ladd has penned a powerful Regency! I have been a fan since her very first book and I eagerly await each offering from her. The ...

    No one thought Henry Stockton would return from the war alive, and when the young heir to Stockton's cloth mill comes back to the village, not everyone is happy about it. Things have changed in the three years he's been away. There's a growing feud between the mill owners and the weave...

    Loyalty, love and family are at the heart of this dramatic tale, set in 1812 Yorkshire. The backdrop of a growing feud between the industrial mill owners and the traditional weavers, sets the stage for a complicated romance. The author does a good job creating tension between the two f...

    The Weaver's Daughter is an absolutely breathtaking story of love and overcoming odds. It reminded me of a Romeo and Juliet tale, without the suicide at the end. I really loved how this story flowed seamlessly between Kate and Henry's POV. I often feel that an author cannot seamless...

  • Megan
    May 25, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

  • Martha
    May 21, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

    4.5 stars Sarah Ladd writes a Regency with a fresh perspective. This is not your expected Regency story of romance that takes place in drawing rooms and ballrooms. The Weaver's Daughter tells of the advancements made in the textile mills in the early 1800's and their effects on the ...

    The Weaver's Daughter is a combination of regency romance, historical fiction, and suspense. Pitting 2 families against one another, the Stocktons and the Deerbornes both have a long history in the woolen industry. The Deerborne family are weavers and the Stockton family are mill owner...

    Like many of Sarah E. Ladd's books, this is a Regency story set in a part of Regency society not often touched on in novels. The Christianity in the book is very light and only mentioned occasionally, but I expected that since that is how most of Sarah Ladd's novels are. Her style seem...

    I was captured in this book about love, loyalty, deception, honor, and forgiveness. There are probably more words to be added to the list, but I can't think of them right now. :) Kate and Henry could be described as star-crossed lovers. There families are basically feuding. Henry's ...

    'She had done what she told herself not to do. Somehow, in the cracks of daily life, she had let the wall around her heart crumble.' Once again, Sarah Ladd has penned a powerful Regency! I have been a fan since her very first book and I eagerly await each offering from her. The ...

    No one thought Henry Stockton would return from the war alive, and when the young heir to Stockton's cloth mill comes back to the village, not everyone is happy about it. Things have changed in the three years he's been away. There's a growing feud between the mill owners and the weave...

    Loyalty, love and family are at the heart of this dramatic tale, set in 1812 Yorkshire. The backdrop of a growing feud between the industrial mill owners and the traditional weavers, sets the stage for a complicated romance. The author does a good job creating tension between the two f...

    The Weaver's Daughter is an absolutely breathtaking story of love and overcoming odds. It reminded me of a Romeo and Juliet tale, without the suicide at the end. I really loved how this story flowed seamlessly between Kate and Henry's POV. I often feel that an author cannot seamless...

    Wow, Sarah E. Ladd knows how to write an intense plot! And that Henry Stockton gives Mr. Darcy a run for his money. Honor. Loyalty. Justice. All of these are tested throughout the disputes between weavers and mill owners as each one fights for progress. Henry Stockton was declar...

    #TheWeaver'sDaughter #NetGalley publisher synopsis: Kate?s loyalties bind her to the past. Henry?s loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty ...

    The Weaver?s Daughter is about loyalties and traditions. What will happen when a daughter keeps her loyalties with her father and want to be loyal to her brother as well. Well, things get a bit dicey when Henry Stockton returns. Kate struggles with wanting to keep her loyalties to...

    I loved this book. It took place in a small village, where Mills, and weaving have been the main employment. It is the beginning of the industrial revolution, and with new machine, lots of long held jobs are lost. The weavers have been established for years, and the Dearborne family, a...

    Not as enthralling as some books, but an interesting read. I loved the crimson cloak and Kate?s relationship with her brother Charles, and the slow-growing romance between Kate and Henry was sweet. Definitely some Darcy/Elizabeth Bennett moments, especially that scene the night Penni...

    You know, any book that reminds me of North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell, will pull me in. This one had the feel of the time period, even though it was a totally different story. the characters are strong in their own right. The touches of mystery keep you reading and wanting to find...

  • Susan Snodgrass
    Mar 18, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

    4.5 stars Sarah Ladd writes a Regency with a fresh perspective. This is not your expected Regency story of romance that takes place in drawing rooms and ballrooms. The Weaver's Daughter tells of the advancements made in the textile mills in the early 1800's and their effects on the ...

    The Weaver's Daughter is a combination of regency romance, historical fiction, and suspense. Pitting 2 families against one another, the Stocktons and the Deerbornes both have a long history in the woolen industry. The Deerborne family are weavers and the Stockton family are mill owner...

    Like many of Sarah E. Ladd's books, this is a Regency story set in a part of Regency society not often touched on in novels. The Christianity in the book is very light and only mentioned occasionally, but I expected that since that is how most of Sarah Ladd's novels are. Her style seem...

    I was captured in this book about love, loyalty, deception, honor, and forgiveness. There are probably more words to be added to the list, but I can't think of them right now. :) Kate and Henry could be described as star-crossed lovers. There families are basically feuding. Henry's ...

    'She had done what she told herself not to do. Somehow, in the cracks of daily life, she had let the wall around her heart crumble.' Once again, Sarah Ladd has penned a powerful Regency! I have been a fan since her very first book and I eagerly await each offering from her. The ...

  • Clara
    Jan 26, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

    4.5 stars Sarah Ladd writes a Regency with a fresh perspective. This is not your expected Regency story of romance that takes place in drawing rooms and ballrooms. The Weaver's Daughter tells of the advancements made in the textile mills in the early 1800's and their effects on the ...

    The Weaver's Daughter is a combination of regency romance, historical fiction, and suspense. Pitting 2 families against one another, the Stocktons and the Deerbornes both have a long history in the woolen industry. The Deerborne family are weavers and the Stockton family are mill owner...

    Like many of Sarah E. Ladd's books, this is a Regency story set in a part of Regency society not often touched on in novels. The Christianity in the book is very light and only mentioned occasionally, but I expected that since that is how most of Sarah Ladd's novels are. Her style seem...

    I was captured in this book about love, loyalty, deception, honor, and forgiveness. There are probably more words to be added to the list, but I can't think of them right now. :) Kate and Henry could be described as star-crossed lovers. There families are basically feuding. Henry's ...

    'She had done what she told herself not to do. Somehow, in the cracks of daily life, she had let the wall around her heart crumble.' Once again, Sarah Ladd has penned a powerful Regency! I have been a fan since her very first book and I eagerly await each offering from her. The ...

    No one thought Henry Stockton would return from the war alive, and when the young heir to Stockton's cloth mill comes back to the village, not everyone is happy about it. Things have changed in the three years he's been away. There's a growing feud between the mill owners and the weave...

    Loyalty, love and family are at the heart of this dramatic tale, set in 1812 Yorkshire. The backdrop of a growing feud between the industrial mill owners and the traditional weavers, sets the stage for a complicated romance. The author does a good job creating tension between the two f...

    The Weaver's Daughter is an absolutely breathtaking story of love and overcoming odds. It reminded me of a Romeo and Juliet tale, without the suicide at the end. I really loved how this story flowed seamlessly between Kate and Henry's POV. I often feel that an author cannot seamless...

    Wow, Sarah E. Ladd knows how to write an intense plot! And that Henry Stockton gives Mr. Darcy a run for his money. Honor. Loyalty. Justice. All of these are tested throughout the disputes between weavers and mill owners as each one fights for progress. Henry Stockton was declar...

  • Lindsay
    Apr 10, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

    4.5 stars Sarah Ladd writes a Regency with a fresh perspective. This is not your expected Regency story of romance that takes place in drawing rooms and ballrooms. The Weaver's Daughter tells of the advancements made in the textile mills in the early 1800's and their effects on the ...

    The Weaver's Daughter is a combination of regency romance, historical fiction, and suspense. Pitting 2 families against one another, the Stocktons and the Deerbornes both have a long history in the woolen industry. The Deerborne family are weavers and the Stockton family are mill owner...

    Like many of Sarah E. Ladd's books, this is a Regency story set in a part of Regency society not often touched on in novels. The Christianity in the book is very light and only mentioned occasionally, but I expected that since that is how most of Sarah Ladd's novels are. Her style seem...

    I was captured in this book about love, loyalty, deception, honor, and forgiveness. There are probably more words to be added to the list, but I can't think of them right now. :) Kate and Henry could be described as star-crossed lovers. There families are basically feuding. Henry's ...

    'She had done what she told herself not to do. Somehow, in the cracks of daily life, she had let the wall around her heart crumble.' Once again, Sarah Ladd has penned a powerful Regency! I have been a fan since her very first book and I eagerly await each offering from her. The ...

    No one thought Henry Stockton would return from the war alive, and when the young heir to Stockton's cloth mill comes back to the village, not everyone is happy about it. Things have changed in the three years he's been away. There's a growing feud between the mill owners and the weave...

    Loyalty, love and family are at the heart of this dramatic tale, set in 1812 Yorkshire. The backdrop of a growing feud between the industrial mill owners and the traditional weavers, sets the stage for a complicated romance. The author does a good job creating tension between the two f...

    The Weaver's Daughter is an absolutely breathtaking story of love and overcoming odds. It reminded me of a Romeo and Juliet tale, without the suicide at the end. I really loved how this story flowed seamlessly between Kate and Henry's POV. I often feel that an author cannot seamless...

    Wow, Sarah E. Ladd knows how to write an intense plot! And that Henry Stockton gives Mr. Darcy a run for his money. Honor. Loyalty. Justice. All of these are tested throughout the disputes between weavers and mill owners as each one fights for progress. Henry Stockton was declar...

    #TheWeaver'sDaughter #NetGalley publisher synopsis: Kate?s loyalties bind her to the past. Henry?s loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty ...

    The Weaver?s Daughter is about loyalties and traditions. What will happen when a daughter keeps her loyalties with her father and want to be loyal to her brother as well. Well, things get a bit dicey when Henry Stockton returns. Kate struggles with wanting to keep her loyalties to...

  • Parker
    Jun 11, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

    4.5 stars Sarah Ladd writes a Regency with a fresh perspective. This is not your expected Regency story of romance that takes place in drawing rooms and ballrooms. The Weaver's Daughter tells of the advancements made in the textile mills in the early 1800's and their effects on the ...

    The Weaver's Daughter is a combination of regency romance, historical fiction, and suspense. Pitting 2 families against one another, the Stocktons and the Deerbornes both have a long history in the woolen industry. The Deerborne family are weavers and the Stockton family are mill owner...

    Like many of Sarah E. Ladd's books, this is a Regency story set in a part of Regency society not often touched on in novels. The Christianity in the book is very light and only mentioned occasionally, but I expected that since that is how most of Sarah Ladd's novels are. Her style seem...

    I was captured in this book about love, loyalty, deception, honor, and forgiveness. There are probably more words to be added to the list, but I can't think of them right now. :) Kate and Henry could be described as star-crossed lovers. There families are basically feuding. Henry's ...

    'She had done what she told herself not to do. Somehow, in the cracks of daily life, she had let the wall around her heart crumble.' Once again, Sarah Ladd has penned a powerful Regency! I have been a fan since her very first book and I eagerly await each offering from her. The ...

    No one thought Henry Stockton would return from the war alive, and when the young heir to Stockton's cloth mill comes back to the village, not everyone is happy about it. Things have changed in the three years he's been away. There's a growing feud between the mill owners and the weave...

    Loyalty, love and family are at the heart of this dramatic tale, set in 1812 Yorkshire. The backdrop of a growing feud between the industrial mill owners and the traditional weavers, sets the stage for a complicated romance. The author does a good job creating tension between the two f...

    The Weaver's Daughter is an absolutely breathtaking story of love and overcoming odds. It reminded me of a Romeo and Juliet tale, without the suicide at the end. I really loved how this story flowed seamlessly between Kate and Henry's POV. I often feel that an author cannot seamless...

    Wow, Sarah E. Ladd knows how to write an intense plot! And that Henry Stockton gives Mr. Darcy a run for his money. Honor. Loyalty. Justice. All of these are tested throughout the disputes between weavers and mill owners as each one fights for progress. Henry Stockton was declar...

    #TheWeaver'sDaughter #NetGalley publisher synopsis: Kate?s loyalties bind her to the past. Henry?s loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty ...

    The Weaver?s Daughter is about loyalties and traditions. What will happen when a daughter keeps her loyalties with her father and want to be loyal to her brother as well. Well, things get a bit dicey when Henry Stockton returns. Kate struggles with wanting to keep her loyalties to...

    I loved this book. It took place in a small village, where Mills, and weaving have been the main employment. It is the beginning of the industrial revolution, and with new machine, lots of long held jobs are lost. The weavers have been established for years, and the Dearborne family, a...

    Not as enthralling as some books, but an interesting read. I loved the crimson cloak and Kate?s relationship with her brother Charles, and the slow-growing romance between Kate and Henry was sweet. Definitely some Darcy/Elizabeth Bennett moments, especially that scene the night Penni...

    You know, any book that reminds me of North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell, will pull me in. This one had the feel of the time period, even though it was a totally different story. the characters are strong in their own right. The touches of mystery keep you reading and wanting to find...

    I picked this up because of my interest in this period and because I'm a weaver. I wasn't aware that it was considered Christian fiction. Fortunately for me, it doesn't really read as such. It's simply a pretty good story about loyalty and how far to take it. I liked both Kate and H...

  • Pamela
    May 31, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

    4.5 stars Sarah Ladd writes a Regency with a fresh perspective. This is not your expected Regency story of romance that takes place in drawing rooms and ballrooms. The Weaver's Daughter tells of the advancements made in the textile mills in the early 1800's and their effects on the ...

    The Weaver's Daughter is a combination of regency romance, historical fiction, and suspense. Pitting 2 families against one another, the Stocktons and the Deerbornes both have a long history in the woolen industry. The Deerborne family are weavers and the Stockton family are mill owner...

    Like many of Sarah E. Ladd's books, this is a Regency story set in a part of Regency society not often touched on in novels. The Christianity in the book is very light and only mentioned occasionally, but I expected that since that is how most of Sarah Ladd's novels are. Her style seem...

    I was captured in this book about love, loyalty, deception, honor, and forgiveness. There are probably more words to be added to the list, but I can't think of them right now. :) Kate and Henry could be described as star-crossed lovers. There families are basically feuding. Henry's ...

    'She had done what she told herself not to do. Somehow, in the cracks of daily life, she had let the wall around her heart crumble.' Once again, Sarah Ladd has penned a powerful Regency! I have been a fan since her very first book and I eagerly await each offering from her. The ...

    No one thought Henry Stockton would return from the war alive, and when the young heir to Stockton's cloth mill comes back to the village, not everyone is happy about it. Things have changed in the three years he's been away. There's a growing feud between the mill owners and the weave...

    Loyalty, love and family are at the heart of this dramatic tale, set in 1812 Yorkshire. The backdrop of a growing feud between the industrial mill owners and the traditional weavers, sets the stage for a complicated romance. The author does a good job creating tension between the two f...

    The Weaver's Daughter is an absolutely breathtaking story of love and overcoming odds. It reminded me of a Romeo and Juliet tale, without the suicide at the end. I really loved how this story flowed seamlessly between Kate and Henry's POV. I often feel that an author cannot seamless...

    Wow, Sarah E. Ladd knows how to write an intense plot! And that Henry Stockton gives Mr. Darcy a run for his money. Honor. Loyalty. Justice. All of these are tested throughout the disputes between weavers and mill owners as each one fights for progress. Henry Stockton was declar...

    #TheWeaver'sDaughter #NetGalley publisher synopsis: Kate?s loyalties bind her to the past. Henry?s loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty ...

    The Weaver?s Daughter is about loyalties and traditions. What will happen when a daughter keeps her loyalties with her father and want to be loyal to her brother as well. Well, things get a bit dicey when Henry Stockton returns. Kate struggles with wanting to keep her loyalties to...

    I loved this book. It took place in a small village, where Mills, and weaving have been the main employment. It is the beginning of the industrial revolution, and with new machine, lots of long held jobs are lost. The weavers have been established for years, and the Dearborne family, a...

  • Staci
    Mar 21, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

  • Hannah
    Feb 09, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

  • Brittany
    Apr 26, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

  • Karen
    Jan 21, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

    4.5 stars Sarah Ladd writes a Regency with a fresh perspective. This is not your expected Regency story of romance that takes place in drawing rooms and ballrooms. The Weaver's Daughter tells of the advancements made in the textile mills in the early 1800's and their effects on the ...

    The Weaver's Daughter is a combination of regency romance, historical fiction, and suspense. Pitting 2 families against one another, the Stocktons and the Deerbornes both have a long history in the woolen industry. The Deerborne family are weavers and the Stockton family are mill owner...

    Like many of Sarah E. Ladd's books, this is a Regency story set in a part of Regency society not often touched on in novels. The Christianity in the book is very light and only mentioned occasionally, but I expected that since that is how most of Sarah Ladd's novels are. Her style seem...

    I was captured in this book about love, loyalty, deception, honor, and forgiveness. There are probably more words to be added to the list, but I can't think of them right now. :) Kate and Henry could be described as star-crossed lovers. There families are basically feuding. Henry's ...

    'She had done what she told herself not to do. Somehow, in the cracks of daily life, she had let the wall around her heart crumble.' Once again, Sarah Ladd has penned a powerful Regency! I have been a fan since her very first book and I eagerly await each offering from her. The ...

    No one thought Henry Stockton would return from the war alive, and when the young heir to Stockton's cloth mill comes back to the village, not everyone is happy about it. Things have changed in the three years he's been away. There's a growing feud between the mill owners and the weave...

    Loyalty, love and family are at the heart of this dramatic tale, set in 1812 Yorkshire. The backdrop of a growing feud between the industrial mill owners and the traditional weavers, sets the stage for a complicated romance. The author does a good job creating tension between the two f...

  • Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls)
    May 25, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

  • Amy
    Apr 02, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

  • Julie Carpenter
    Apr 04, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

  • Deanne Patterson
    Apr 23, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

  • Susan
    Mar 30, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

    4.5 stars Sarah Ladd writes a Regency with a fresh perspective. This is not your expected Regency story of romance that takes place in drawing rooms and ballrooms. The Weaver's Daughter tells of the advancements made in the textile mills in the early 1800's and their effects on the ...

  • Tricia Mingerink
    Apr 18, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

    4.5 stars Sarah Ladd writes a Regency with a fresh perspective. This is not your expected Regency story of romance that takes place in drawing rooms and ballrooms. The Weaver's Daughter tells of the advancements made in the textile mills in the early 1800's and their effects on the ...

    The Weaver's Daughter is a combination of regency romance, historical fiction, and suspense. Pitting 2 families against one another, the Stocktons and the Deerbornes both have a long history in the woolen industry. The Deerborne family are weavers and the Stockton family are mill owner...

    Like many of Sarah E. Ladd's books, this is a Regency story set in a part of Regency society not often touched on in novels. The Christianity in the book is very light and only mentioned occasionally, but I expected that since that is how most of Sarah Ladd's novels are. Her style seem...

  • Sarah
    Apr 04, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    Are you looking for a consistent reliable author for clean regency fiction? Then look no further. Sarah Ladd is one of the best when it comes to unique and new plots, well developed characters and an engaging storyline. The Weaver's Daughter is no exception. This is a tale of two f...

    4.5 stars Sarah Ladd writes a Regency with a fresh perspective. This is not your expected Regency story of romance that takes place in drawing rooms and ballrooms. The Weaver's Daughter tells of the advancements made in the textile mills in the early 1800's and their effects on the ...

    The Weaver's Daughter is a combination of regency romance, historical fiction, and suspense. Pitting 2 families against one another, the Stocktons and the Deerbornes both have a long history in the woolen industry. The Deerborne family are weavers and the Stockton family are mill owner...

    Like many of Sarah E. Ladd's books, this is a Regency story set in a part of Regency society not often touched on in novels. The Christianity in the book is very light and only mentioned occasionally, but I expected that since that is how most of Sarah Ladd's novels are. Her style seem...

    I was captured in this book about love, loyalty, deception, honor, and forgiveness. There are probably more words to be added to the list, but I can't think of them right now. :) Kate and Henry could be described as star-crossed lovers. There families are basically feuding. Henry's ...

    'She had done what she told herself not to do. Somehow, in the cracks of daily life, she had let the wall around her heart crumble.' Once again, Sarah Ladd has penned a powerful Regency! I have been a fan since her very first book and I eagerly await each offering from her. The ...

    No one thought Henry Stockton would return from the war alive, and when the young heir to Stockton's cloth mill comes back to the village, not everyone is happy about it. Things have changed in the three years he's been away. There's a growing feud between the mill owners and the weave...

    Loyalty, love and family are at the heart of this dramatic tale, set in 1812 Yorkshire. The backdrop of a growing feud between the industrial mill owners and the traditional weavers, sets the stage for a complicated romance. The author does a good job creating tension between the two f...

    The Weaver's Daughter is an absolutely breathtaking story of love and overcoming odds. It reminded me of a Romeo and Juliet tale, without the suicide at the end. I really loved how this story flowed seamlessly between Kate and Henry's POV. I often feel that an author cannot seamless...

    Wow, Sarah E. Ladd knows how to write an intense plot! And that Henry Stockton gives Mr. Darcy a run for his money. Honor. Loyalty. Justice. All of these are tested throughout the disputes between weavers and mill owners as each one fights for progress. Henry Stockton was declar...

    #TheWeaver'sDaughter #NetGalley publisher synopsis: Kate?s loyalties bind her to the past. Henry?s loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty ...

    The Weaver?s Daughter is about loyalties and traditions. What will happen when a daughter keeps her loyalties with her father and want to be loyal to her brother as well. Well, things get a bit dicey when Henry Stockton returns. Kate struggles with wanting to keep her loyalties to...

    I loved this book. It took place in a small village, where Mills, and weaving have been the main employment. It is the beginning of the industrial revolution, and with new machine, lots of long held jobs are lost. The weavers have been established for years, and the Dearborne family, a...

    Not as enthralling as some books, but an interesting read. I loved the crimson cloak and Kate?s relationship with her brother Charles, and the slow-growing romance between Kate and Henry was sweet. Definitely some Darcy/Elizabeth Bennett moments, especially that scene the night Penni...

  • Kellyn Roth
    Mar 05, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

  • Kellyn Roth
    Mar 12, 2018

    Now this one is a very good story! A Regency centered around the strife between the weavers and the millers as machine-weaving mills take over the previously hand-done cloth industry?both unique and interesting in scope. It was hard to lay it aside to do other tasks, and I found both...

    This author is an absolute auto buy for me when she has a new release out. A slow to start romance, the book really hooked me. A romantic Regency suspense that I was able to guess until the end. The story wasn't a bunch of fluff romance but the story built steadily with a great story ....

    The Weaver?s Daughter is a fresh take on the Regency Romance. Focusing on the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Sarah Ladd shows us how the painful beginnings changed society ? all brought to life through the eyes of appealing characters. Henry and Kate?s romance is sweet and c...

    About this book: ?Kate's loyalties bind her to the past. Henry's loyalties compel him to strive for a better future. In a landscape torn between tradition and vision, can two souls find the strength to overcome their preconceptions? Loyalty has been at the heart of the Dea...

    A lovely tale set in England during the early 1800s. The Weaver's Daughter is about family loyalty, innovation, working conditions and more. Kate is the daughter of a weaver. She loves the family business and loves her father. Her father has plans to marry her to one of his employee...

    A story beset by unrequited love and questions of loyalty, The Weaver's Daughter starts out gently, then culminates in tension-filled scenes and a satisfying ending. The setting and time-period make for a compelling read. At this point in history, mill owners and weavers were at odd...

    4.5* Today was a fabulous day! I was able to dive into this book and become immersed in the lives and culture of the weavers and millworkers of Amberdale, Yorkshire, England. The tension was palpable, the strife was straining at the seams, ready to burst and be set aflame with only ...

    I loved the feeling of being immersed in the setting as I read this book! The author wove in details of the weavers, mills, and the politics of both sides without becoming boring, rather it enhanced the plot and showed insights into the characters and the hard work they tackled. It rem...

    Fueled with pride, prejudice and selfishness and then combated with giving, serving and loving others unconditionally is how I would sum this book up! It describes people?s fear of technology even in the 1800?s and the wave of the future and their livelihood. Kate Dearborne is t...

    I have read every book that this author has written. They are always enjoyable novels that have fully immersed me in the time period. But I can say, without a doubt, that The Weaver?s Daughter is definitely my favorite book by Sarah E. Ladd that I have read so far. These character...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...

    "The Weaver's Daughter" by Sarah Ladd is a Regency story full of feuding families and forbidden love. It has a Romeo and Juliet feel to it that readers will love! Lovers of historical fiction and the Regency will find a lot to appreciate in this new novel by Ms. Ladd. Ms. Ladd excel...

    I love Sarah Ladd?s regency novels, and The Weaver?s Daughter is no different. She?s set this novel in the period of the weavers? rebellion as mills are automating the production of cloth. The heroine is caught between the traditions of the weavers and the restrictions placed o...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: The Weaver?s Daughter Author: Sarah E. Ladd Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: mid-England countryside Publisher: Thomas Nelson Source: from Netgalley (in exchange for an honest review) Overa...