Only, the earl has other plans for his innocent governes. .Sarah Elliott was born in Pennsylvania and studied English at college. After graduating she tried teaching second grade and it was during this time, whilst quietly going mad, that she began to write seriously.
Only, the earl has other plans for his innocent governes. She’d read and loved romances since the age of ten and thought, why not? In addition to writing she enjoys riding, dogs, shopping, decorative arts and cake. Библиографические данные.
The Earl and the Governess (Mills & Boon Historical),Sarah Elliott. Board Book (2). Hardback (30).
When Mrs Sarah Drake applies for the position of governess to the notorious dark Earl of Ralston's motherless son she thinks she’s made the biggest mistake of her life.
Innocent governess, forbidden liaison Impoverished, alone and on the run, Isabelle Thomas needs help. So when William Stanton, Earl of Lennox, offers her a job as governess to his ward, she can't refuse. But Isabelle soon discovers that working for tall, broad-shouldered William, with his dishevelled hair and intense green eyes, is more of a challenge than she expected! When the attraction between them culminates in a bone-melting kiss, Isabelle knows she must leave.
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Mills & Boon Historical Mass Market Paperback, 254 pages. The Earl and the Governess (Hardcover). Author(s): Sarah Elliott. Published March 1st 2010 by Mills & Boon Historical. Mills & Boon Historical Large Print, Hardcover, 380 pages.
That is how I felt about The Earl and the Governess. I have had this book on my shelf for a few months, since I get all the Harlequin Historicals. I loved the cover, so I knew I'd probably read it sooner. But, the storyline didn't really call out to me that much. This is a Mills & Boon, Harlequin Historical from 2009 that has been sitting on the PPB (Pile of Paperbacks by the Bed) for a while, and which seemed a good choice for this month’s TBR Challenge, which is to read a short story, novella or category romance. I’ve got a bit of a soft spot for that whole Cinderella thing, and with a title like that, I knew exactly what I’d be getting!
Mills & Boon books were initially sold through weekly two-penny libraries and their distinctive brown binding led them to become . One critic claimed that the genre promotes misogyny and the sexual submission of women to men.
Mills & Boon books were initially sold through weekly two-penny libraries and their distinctive brown binding led them to become known as "the books in brown".
I bought this book after reading the 3rd book in this series. They are not. This is the 2nd book in the series and it is completely inplausible. First of all, no one will believe that a Sheik in the 19th century would be this progressive regarding the role of women. Also, the Sheik/prince continually ventures outside of his palace all by himself.