A Very Unusual Governess

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Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, 2006 - Fiction - 298 pages
3 Reviews
Edward's bachelor existence is thrown into a spin when he is forced to look after his two orphaned nieces. Employing the right governess is vital. Miss Petrie has the girls' support. Lady Octavia Petrie is on the verge of confessing that Edward has mistaken her for someone else, but in a moment of sheer madness, she finds herself accepting the temporary position. From a Lady to a simple Miss - what has she let herself in for?

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User Review  - Amber Garabrandt - Goodreads

I could not loose myself in these characters, could not like Edward. Read full review

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User Review  - Zette - Goodreads

I enjoyed this book even though there were a few corny moments when I rolled my eyes a little :0) I like to read clean romances and this did not cross my invisible line so I will be looking for more books by Sylvia Andrew. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Like every writer she has ever met, Sylvia Andrew is a great reader. Her preference in fiction is for thrillers and historical romances, though she is ready to read anything if desperate. However, one benefit of writing seriously is that she no longer haunts the library looking for something new to read -- she is usually too busy plotting her own! Sylvia and her husband live in Maidenhead with two delightful pets, and visit their small house in Normandy whenever they can.

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