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When blue-eyed Kathleen O'Farrel became governess to the two small nephews of the Conde de Chaves, it was all fixed up in such a hurry that she had very little time to reflect on what she was doing. The handsome Conde had strict ideas on how young women should behave, and although Kathleen's fearless ap proach to most things intrigued him there was a consequent clash of wi...more
Paperback, Harlequin Romance #1047
Published September 1966 by Harlequin Books (first published 1959)
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