The Sly Governess
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The Sly Governess by Everly Rosabell


Something is going on at Hawthorne Manor...

When a crippling debt forces the Stafford siblings to sell their home, Mary leaves her life of luxury to take up the position of Governess for the eccentric Hawthorne family.

With rumours of her new employer being involved in the black market and sightings of pirates raging through the Ton - Mary must tread carefully lest she brings further shame upon her family.

However, she soon learns that the daring Duke Hawthorne is not what the rumours make him out to be. As they grow closer and discover more of each other's secrets, Mary finds the desire to return home slowly beginning to fade…

*If you enjoy a strong female lead, mysterious Dukes and the high society drama of the Regency courtship, then you will adore The Sly Governess !

This is Everly Rosabell’s debut publication and the first novel in the Stafford Sisters Quartet.

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