The Governess Who Stole My Heart by Hanna Hamilton

This is a dramatic and sweet story. John is captivating, he's not the usual stuffy and arrogant Duke, but he's not all warm and fuzzy either. He's mild mannered and kind, but a bit oblivious. Susan is sweet, caring, calm and naive. Years after being jilted by John's brother, Susan ends up as his daughter's nanny/teacher. She had just been reintroduced to an friends brother who wanted to court her, but he was a ships captain and would be away. She sees Daniel when he's home but is reluctant to make a commitment. She also develops feelings for John. She can't make up her mind about either, and is pathetically weak about it. It's a sweet storyline, but it lacks energy.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Hidden Gems. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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