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Governess Prudence Hursley expected to see little of her new employer, Mr Julius Rookham. However, she found herself continually thrown into his path, and the more she got to know him, the more she found herself wishing for the impossible!
256 pages
Published October 14th 1994 by Mills & Boon
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Very cute, sweet Regency romance. The characters are a bit young--heroine is 19? 21? and hero is only about 23. I would definitely recommend this for any teenage historical romance lovers--the dialogue and emotions seemed very YA to me, in a funny and sweet way.
Cute regency romance, lots of classical allusions and miscommunications, and surprisingly enough, cat-fights!
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