Unlikely Governess, An (Avon Romantic Treasure) by Karen Ranney

By Karen Ranney

Beatrice can deal with a younger duke -- however the boy's dangerously attractive cousin Devlen is one other subject fullyyt . . .

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I thank you for your concern, sir, but I have made my decision and conveyed it to your father. ” AN UNLIKELY GOVERNESS 41 “You serve my father’s purposes by being here, Miss Sinclair. Haven’t you asked yourself why he would be willing to hire you for such a prestigious position? ” Her face flamed. ” She con­ centrated on his knee-high, shiny black boots. His clothing was plain but of an evident fine quality. He smelled of something pleasant, something she couldn’t quite identify. ” Startled, she glanced up at him.

I thank you for your concern, sir, but I have made my decision and conveyed it to your father. ” AN UNLIKELY GOVERNESS 41 “You serve my father’s purposes by being here, Miss Sinclair. Haven’t you asked yourself why he would be willing to hire you for such a prestigious position? ” Her face flamed. ” She con­ centrated on his knee-high, shiny black boots. His clothing was plain but of an evident fine quality. He smelled of something pleasant, something she couldn’t quite identify. ” Startled, she glanced up at him.

She might have had her own home, own family. She’d received an of­ fer of marriage but not, however, from the person she expected. Jeremy MacLeod was a handsome young man who’d been her friend since she was twelve, their relationship changing to a form of awkwardness, and then interest as they’d both aged. He was kind, possessing a gentle temperament, and had a bright way of looking at the world. He was ambitious, filled with plans about the mill he’d inherited from his father. If he had one flaw, it was that he deferred too much to his mother.

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