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Ebury Publishing, Oct 31, 2010 - Fiction - 238 pages
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Accepting a position as Governess in the household of the eccentric, port -loving Lord and Lady Whimble, the young and ripely formed Miss Constance soon funds her niche giving special lessons to the local gentleman, including the vicar! Administering unique attention to their unusual requests, she performs her duties with glee.

Employing all manner of Victorian instruments of correction, not least Mr Izzard's box of hygienic but curious bathroom accessories, Constance is destined to have a very rewarding career.

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Yolanda Celbridge is an English author who speaks six languages, translates French literature, travels exhaustively, and currently writes from a hammock in Thailand.

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