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The last two governesses disappeared without a trace. — Miss Sara Cobb has accepted a position as governess at Tregallion House in remote Cornwall. But while traveling to her new home by coach, the former schoolteacher receives a cryptic warning from a fellow passenger. The roguish stranger clearly has no qualms about making Sara ill at ease. Still, she's intrigued by him ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published November 2nd 2004 by Signet
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A great mystery, a delicious romance with a strong plot makes 'The Kindness of a Rogue' such a treat to read.

Miss Sara Cobb is on her way to become the new governess Tregallion House, when a stranger on her coach warns her to turn back or beware. Whle she pays no heed to his warning she's still intrigued by the handsome rouge..

Rumors swirl around Grenville Martyn, whose not welcome on Tregallion House. A well known poacher is not his only crime but supposedly he seduced and tossed away the e
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Nancy Butler also writes under her real name, Nancy J. Hajeski.

Nancy Butler has been an Anglophile since she was nineteen, when she traveled to England to see Carnaby Street. (“I blame it on the Beatles!”) Her frequent visits to an American friend living in London have furnished her with enough inspiration to keep writing Regencies well into the new millennium.

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