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The Subjection Of Isabel Carnaby

by Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler

In the opulent world of London's high society, a tempestuous secret lies concealed behind the impeccable facade of Isabel Carnaby. In "The Subjection of Isabel Carnaby," Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler weaves a captivating tale of love, ambition, and deception set against the backdrop of Victorian England. When the enigmatic and alluring Isabel Carnaby enters London's elite circles, she instantly becomes the center of attention, her beauty and charm entrancing all who encounter her. Yet, beneath the veneer of social grace lies a mysterious past that she desperately seeks to conceal. As Isabel's carefully guarded secrets begin to unravel, the fates of those around her are entwined in a web of passion and betrayal. Sir Lionel Filmore, a respected member of society, finds himself irresistibly drawn to Isabel, unaware of the perilous journey that awaits him. Determined to uncover the truth, he risks everything to reveal the depths of Isabel's past. Amidst the dazzling grandeur of lavish balls and opulent parties, Fowler skillfully delves into the intricacies of human emotions, challenging societal norms and expectations. "The Subjection of Isabel Carnaby" is a compelling historical fiction novel that explores the power of love and the sacrifices one must make to protect the ones they cherish. Prepare to be swept away by this enthralling story of passion, betrayal, and redemption in a world where appearances can be deceiving, and secrets can shatter lives.

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Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler (9 April 1860 – 22 June 1929) was an English author of popular romances, and a poet and children's writer. She was a keen Methodist.Who was she?Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler was...

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