The Browns at Mt. Hermon


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(4.6 stars; 186 reviews)

When she mistakenly receives an offer of work addressed only to "Mary Brown," the lonely young heiress Mary Thornton Brown forms an audacious plan--to spend her summer not as a guest at a fashionable resort but as a hired girl in Mrs. Roberts' boarding house. Over the course of her adventure, she meets people from many different walks of life, a number of them, to her amusement, sharing her own last name. A certain gentleman boarder is particularly pleasant--but even he is not the best friend Mary will meet during her summer at Mt. Hermon. - Summary by bookAngel7 (5 hr 54 min)

Chapters

'Mary Brown, Circleville' 11:58 Read by BookAngel7
Mary Jane Brown 12:30 Read by BookAngel7
Mary Brown's Friends 12:52 Read by BookAngel7
A New Miss Brown 12:33 Read by BookAngel7
Farmer Brown 11:57 Read by BookAngel7
Mr. Brown 11:53 Read by BookAngel7
Mary Brown as a Problem 11:33 Read by BookAngel7
Miss Brown's Bewilderments 12:59 Read by BookAngel7
Miss Brown at a Social Function 12:30 Read by BookAngel7
Miss Brown a Bible Student 13:47 Read by BookAngel7
Kendall Browning 13:02 Read by BookAngel7
Browning and the Browns 12:07 Read by BookAngel7
Mr. Brown to the Rescue 12:20 Read by BookAngel7
Mr. Brown and Mr. Browning 12:36 Read by BookAngel7
Mr. Brown's Plans 12:31 Read by BookAngel7
Kendall Browning's Answer 12:39 Read by BookAngel7
The Browns and the Brownings at Church 13:11 Read by BookAngel7
Kendall Browning's Opportunity 12:55 Read by BookAngel7
Mary Brown's Troubles 12:27 Read by BookAngel7
Mary Brown Feels Deserted 13:09 Read by BookAngel7
The New Miss Brown 11:24 Read by BookAngel7
Questions for Mary Brown to Answer 12:07 Read by BookAngel7
Mr. Brown and Miss Brown 12:22 Read by BookAngel7
'Mary Brown Carpenter!' 11:30 Read by BookAngel7
Exit One of the Browns 13:40 Read by BookAngel7
Mary Jane Brown Arrives 12:53 Read by BookAngel7
Miss Brown Decides 12:09 Read by BookAngel7
The John Brown Carpenters at Home 17:09 Read by BookAngel7

Reviews

Mary Brown is a delight


(5 stars)

IMHO, this is the most modern and well written of all the Pansy stories I've read so far. Although there are still predictable elements, there are also delightful twists and turns. I really enjoyed this and so far it's my favorite Pansy story. I would give it more than five stars if I could.

The Browns at Mr. Hermon


(5 stars)

a very good story & encouragement to remind us that our actions can influence others for Christ. the simple determination to share the good message of Christ brings great reward to the speaker and the one who accepts. wonderfully read.


(5 stars)

Very engaging story - simply delightful! A few chapters were read very fast, but overall a very good reading. I thoroughly enjoyed it!

A pleasant tale


(5 stars)

I enjoyed the story very much. Good wholesome tale. Excellent reader.

Wendy


(4 stars)

Cute story. The reader is a bit fast but very clear.

Delightful mistaken identity comedy


(5 stars)

But surely the Lord is in this place.


(3.5 stars)

quick reading but strong and well done. good story

great story


(5 stars)

great book with great lessons.