Author: Charlotte Stone
Genre: Historical Romance
Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars
Christin Potter has always been a friend to the wealthy and upper-class.As a woman who runs one of London’s more prominent employment agencies, she’s well versed in giving members of Society exactly what they want.
But her life becomes more than a little complicated when she becomes the object of a dashingly handsome–yet very secretive–earl’s desire.
Christin finds herself trapped in a battle of wills that is sure to leave her a changed woman in the end.
All Aaron Welsh wanted was a governess for the two little girls he’d inherited after their father’s death.
With the assistance of his Brotherhood, their slightly unhinged wives, and the adoration of two girls, the Earl of Jeanshire is sure his life is full.
Until he meets Christin.
With one gaze, his every goal is changed.
Like most of the women in his acquaintance, Christin is strong willed and won’t fall easily.
But who can resist falling into the arms of one of the Men of Nashwood?
About the Author:
In a near cynical world which we are currently living in, Charlotte finds comfort in the readings of Regency Romance writings, one of her favourite would be Laura Kinsale’s Flowers from the storm where the female character loves and saves the male lead character who is a stroke victim. It was such writings which inspired her to be an author herself.
In Charlotte’s writings, the characters are able to see beyond the imperfections of each other and to accept and love one another, just the way one is.
Isn’t this true of our inner self?
May you find love and acceptance in Charlotte’s writings.
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