Grace was delighted to be home. Although her father had been sending her new books regularly, along with letters about his publishing business, she had missed him terribly.
On her first morning back she was allowed to accompany her father to work. She paid close attention to his routine. Father's assistant indicated it was the same every day.
Grace marveled at the modern printing press and was enraptured by the multi-storied bookshelves, which doubled as a lending library. Even the smell of paper and ink had her sighing. She wanted to work here.
Sadly, her mother had other ideas.
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Grace is an outspoken young woman in 1890 who would rather take over her father's publishing company than find a husband, much to her mother's chagrin. When her unrequited love turns his attention on her will she give up her dream in order to be a r...