The Baron's Governess Bride

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Harlequin, Jun 1, 2012 - Fiction - 288 pages
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Lord Steadwell's three motherless daughters were heartbroken when their last governess ran off to elope. In her dowdy cap and spectacles, Grace Ellerby seems an ideal replacement—a nurturing, intelligent woman uninterested in marriage. No wonder Rupert doesn't recognize Grace as the golden-haired vision at a masked ball, who slips away before midnight….

Frightened by the unwanted attentions of previous employers, Grace resolved to hide her beauty…and her growing feelings for Rupert. One enchanted evening—and a sweet, breathtaking kiss—changes everything. For with Grace's three adorable charges playing fairy godmother, Rupert may discover his happy ending is closer than he thinks.

 

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Review: The Baron's Governess Bride (Glass Slipper Brides #2)

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A Cinderella story. Read full review

Review: The Baron's Governess Bride (Glass Slipper Brides #2)

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At the end of the story he claims that she's all he can think about, but he doesn't even kiss her until after they are married. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
39
Section 3
60
Section 4
76
Section 5
94
Section 6
111
Section 7
159
Section 8
179
Section 9
198
Section 10
228
Section 11
263
Section 12
277
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Deborah Hale spent a decade tracing her Canadian family to their origins in Georgian-era Britain. In the process, she learned a great deal about that period and uncovered enough fascinating true stories to fuel her romance plots for years to come. At the urging of a friend, Deborah completed her first historical romance novel and went on to publish over fifteen more. Deborah lives in Nova Scotia, a province steeped in history and romance! Visit her website at: www.deborahhale.com

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