An Improper Governess by Amy Rose Bennett
For lovers of EROTIC Regency romance with heart. Lusting after one’s employer is certainly not the done thing when you are a governess. But Miss Abigail Adams cannot seem to help herself... Abigail Adams, the resident governess of Hartfield Hall, might appear to be a very proper young woman, yet she secretly yearns for excitement to brighten her mundane life. And what she does want, she really shouldn’t long for—Sir Nicholas Barsby, the indecently handsome, charismatic master of Hartfield. Sir Nicholas Barsby returns home from a tour of the Continent to discover his widowed sister-in-law has employed a decidedly delectable governess for his nieces. When it becomes blatantly apparent that the attraction is mutual, Nicholas ruthlessly decides to present Miss Adams with a thoroughly wicked proposal. Abigail is initially shocked by Sir Nicholas’s outrageous and highly improper offer to become his mistress. Having wanton thoughts about a man is undoubtedly sinful but leading the life of a fallen woman is something else entirely. Nevertheless, falling into Sir Nicholas’s arms might just prove to be an invitation too tempting for Abigail to ignore. One thing is clear, whether she’s a governess or mistress, she must not lose her heart... An Improper Governess placed second in Romance Writers of New Zealand’s 2017 Koru Published Book Awards in the Short Sexy Romance Category. Author’s Note to Readers: An Improper Governess is Book 2 in the loosely linked Improper Liaisons Novella series. It can also be read as a stand-alone. Length: Long novella or short novel Sensuality level: SIZZLING HOT. This story is an EROTIC historical romance and contains frequent love-making scenes and sexual language. If such material is not to your taste, this book might not be for you.
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