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  Isabelle is on her way!!   The newest story in the Marcher Mills saga features a woman with a mission. Her dream, Webbley Office Services, is just one more contract away. Her outstanding typing, stenographic and bookkeeping skills mean she...
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Just Arrived!

Just Arrived! Keenan Iron Works has built a brand-new facility in Marcher Mills, resulting in a mini-boom. Families are moving in, school enrolment is increasing, and the new general manager, Lucas Taylor, is very easy on the eyes. Gladys Whiffletree has...


Women in the Victorian had a wide variety of occupations. These included lodging house keepers, tea sellers, dressmakers, milliners, toy dealers, grocers, fishmongers and china dealers, to name but a few. In Lavinia, Sophy is a milliner—a highly skilled trade, with an apprenticeship of many years’ duration. In addition to superb mechanical skills, a successful milliner had to have an unerring eye for colour, decoration, and the ability to match a hat with a face.

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"With equal measures of humour and heart, Marilyn Temmer skilfully writes a world from a bygone era. Her characters spring from the page and make us long for a simpler time when dancing meant a waltz." Terry Fallis

Lavinia and her two sisters have changed their names and left their home town in an effort to escape the clutches of their guardian's brother, Cyrus.

Sam Blake recognizes "his lady" at first sight. But he has no idea that the Spencer sisters are independent, business-owning, bicycle-riding modern women.

See what happens when Sam dons sword and shield and endeavors to save his lady from certain ruin.

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