The sequel to `King's Croft' and `King's Acre', this follows the Grant family as they move to Renfrewshire, especially their daughter Evie. She is secretly pregnant by her lover Davie Grainger,who is away fighting in the war. When he returns she finds that her love for him is severely tested. This is the third novel by the author in her series set in Aberdeenshire and Glasgow. The author also wrote the Rhanna series.
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In the winter of 1917, the Grant family move to Renfrewshire to work at Dunmarnock House, home of Sir Richard Baird and his wife Elizabeth.
Lovely Evie Grant is secretly pregnant by her beloved Davie Grainger, and frightened for her future. She has heard no word from him away at the war – has he abandoned her, or is he dead?
While she waits for news, other men are returning, wounded and broken, from the front. One of these is the Baird's son Andrew. Evie befriends him, but she cannot prevent him from falling under the evil influence of fellow servant Effie Jordan.
Then Davie comes home, and Evie finds her love for him must be tested to the limits..
' King’s Exile' is the third volume in the enchanting series that began with ' King’s Croft' and continued with ' King’s Ace'.About the Author:
Christine Marion Fraser was born in the Gowan district of post-war Glasgow. She now lives with her husband in Argyllshire. She is the author of three series: the bestselling ‘Rhanna’ novels, set on the tiny Hebridean island of the same name; the successful ‘King’s’ series, set in rural Argyllshire and in Glasgow; and her new ‘Noble’ novels, set in a small Argyllshire powdermill town.
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