Debutante Alice Knight has a plan: have her first social Season in London, meet her husband, and marry him. As the Season begins, Alice’s feelings and common sense both begin to undermine her goals. But she must stick to her plan—and everyone, including God, had best stay out of it.
The plan looks even less appealing when a childhood friend reappears, an American author shows her a different kind of faith, and a charming gentleman is not all he should be.
The life she longs for is finally at her fingertips, but how can she know it’s the right one?
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At Her Fingertips is the third book in The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy. However, it can function as a stand-alone.
Genre: Christian Historical Romance
Era: early 1880s (late 1879-1880)
Setting: England (Kent and London)
Age-Range: 13+ (teen)
Where can I buy At Her Fingertips?
At Her Fingertips will be available on various sales channels in both paperback and ebook format, all of which you can view here.
I’m a reviewer. How can I contact you if I’m interested in reading your novel?
If you’re interested in reviewing At Her Fingertips on its sales channels or your blog, you can shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d love to send you an eBook copy in exchange for review.
What age-level is At Her Fingertips written for?
I generally say 14+, although some mature 13-year-olds should be able to read it.
Is At Her Fingertips a clean book?
It is a relatively clean book; however, it is written for more mature audiences than my previous novels. I believe it to be perfectly okay for any reader 14+. However, there are a couple things readers might want to worry about.
Minor characters are involved in immoral relationships, including adultery, and are living in a broken family because of it. Highlight to read spoilers below.
A character discovers that he was conceived out of wedlock. His mother tells him her story with discretion. A character kisses another character without her permission.
All of this is treated in a godly manner to the best of my abilities. However, since there are mature subjects handled, reader discretion is advised.
What does “AFOP” stand for?
Unlike my other novels, which have fairly obvious acronyms (TDS for The Dressmaker’s Secret, IvIn for Ivy Introspective), At Her Fingertips‘s acronym is a bit of a mystery.
It means “All Fangirling Over Peter.” Peter Strauss is a minor character in the novel … but he’s nonetheless a favorite! So, the acronym was born.