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The Baron's Governess Bride by Deborah Hale
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Jun 02, 2012

it was amazing
Recommended to J. by: inspirational, regency historical romance

Historical romance can connect to the universal problems of the modern world. Readers will relate to the latest heroine in Deborah Hale’s Glass Slipper Brides books. In her series, Hale has shown a gift for weaving a tale of great emotional depth and romance that takes the reader back in time and yet teaches a faith lesson applicable to the present. “The Baron’s Governess Bride” is no different.

A true beauty who is alone in the world, Grace Ellerby has had enough of her looks making her a target of her employers’ evil intentions. She loves children and needs to make a living. Seeking a safe place of employment, she disguises her physical charms from her handsome employer, Lord Steadwell. He has vowed to keep his daughters’ world from turning upside down yet again. He wants a plain governess but soon sees her inner beauty she cannot hide. How these two discover the true nature of each other and heal the emotionally scarred daughters of Lord Steadwell is truly marvelous. The reader will close the book with a sigh.
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