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Gillian Ellingsworth was born into a life of title and privilege, but it hasn’t saved her from the savagery of the Conformity Church nor its cruel mistress, Deacon Devon. After an attack on the House of Lords forces Gillian to step into her Father's shoes, she uncovers the truth about the Church, and the lies they have told to maintain their control over the people of Erinland. With the help of the mysterious Danan Farlington, and her Father's powerful allies, she does everything within her power to bring the Church to its knees. But will it be enough? In the search for truth in a world of lies- can technology save them before it is too late? 


The story begins with a grand party. Her Father had done the impossible, he had breached the island’s perimeter and secured a deal across the Straits of Europe under the very nose of the Conformist Church- or so he’d bragged. Given the Lord Ormande’s objective, the night was proving to be quite a success, that is until his man from Belmont arrived with a missive. There had been an accident. Her Father's ally, and son of his oldest friend, lay unconscious in her Grandparents cottage.


Leaving was not an option for Lord Ormande, no matter how severe the situation, not given the sensitive nature of his business, and not without raising the suspicion of his guests. So Gillian was pressed to cross the immense property and see to his godson’s injuries.   


It was in that cottage she found the stranger, Danan Farlington, disfigured and strewn across the couch in her Grandparent’s former library. It swiftly became apparent just how precarious a situation this was, not just for the future Lord Halsting, whose life appeared to be on the line, but for everyone who knew he was here, including Gillian. For his injuries were of the unnatural kind, the kind that only occurred from one thing- technology. 


And everyone knew that was forbidden.

Lord Ormande's Daughter

SKU: 364215376135191
    • 499 pages


    • Language- English
    • Publication date- September 3, 2020

    • Dimensions- 6 x 1.13 x 9 inches

    • ISBN-13- 979-8682308200

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