Two very different sisters, two very different love stories.
The Lyndon Sisters
About the Lyndon Sisters
Everything and the Moon and Brighter than the Sun make up a duet of books set in the early 19th century about Victoria and Eleanor Lyndon, daughters of a not terribly well-to-do vicar. Both young ladies marry into the aristocracy, although their journeys to true love could not be more different—Victoria finds love after a foiled elopement and seven-year separation, while Ellie enters into a marriage of convenience after an intoxicated earl falls (literally) out of a tree and lands at her feet.