Barbara Monajem
The Wanton Governess
September 07, 2018 Comments.. 496
The Wanton Governess Sussex Governess Pompeia Grant thinks pretending to be Sir James Carling s wife as a favor to his sister will be harmless She is haunted by his rejection of her youthful advances but she s desp

  • Title: The Wanton Governess
  • Author: Barbara Monajem
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 113
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sussex, 1801 Governess Pompeia Grant thinks pretending to be Sir James Carling s wife as a favor to his sister will be harmless She is haunted by his rejection of her youthful advances, but she s desperate for a place to stay after losing her last post When James unexpectedly returns home from America, she assumes the game is up until James encourages her to stay, and enSussex, 1801 Governess Pompeia Grant thinks pretending to be Sir James Carling s wife as a favor to his sister will be harmless She is haunted by his rejection of her youthful advances, but she s desperate for a place to stay after losing her last post When James unexpectedly returns home from America, she assumes the game is up until James encourages her to stay, and enjoy the pleasurable consequences of their charade.

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    1. Limecello says:

      Probably 3.75 stars - really cute story.A bit too pat with the "I've loved you forever!" from the hero - especially since for a staid (somewhat angry) guy it seemed out of place.Maybe more infatuation, but cute how it all worked out. Also, entertaining family and very close to being an entirely complete story, in such a small package, which is impressive.

    2. Emery Lee says:

      Spent this evening with Ferrero Rocher chocolates (my absolute favorite) and The Wanton Governess. It was a decadent delight!

    3. 78sunny says:

      This review is for the german version of this story which is into the Anthology "Histprical Season 18"!*Meine Meinung*Also habe die Geschichte in dem Sammelband von Cora "Historical Season 18" gelesen. Hier heißt sie "Ein betörend schamloses Frauenzimmer".Die Grundhandlung ist bei 65 Seiten natürlich nicht sehr umfangreich, trotzdem schaffte die Autorin es genug Hintergrund über Situationen und Personen zu vermitteln, dass die Geschichte nicht nur einfach so dahingeschrieben wirkte. Eine jun [...]

    4. Jaye says:

      Star: 1/5Title accuracy: No kids in the story- not doing anything governess- related. Heroine: Seems to have a sexy devil on her shoulders giving her naughty thoughts and encouragements. Her name seems to be 'sexy' or something but I don't get it.Hero: Was in love with Heroine but gave up and ran away to America to deal with his 'anger' issues.Chemistry: Lukewarm. Best part in the story: Her folding her clothes and packing. He being confused and everyone coming in to interrupt them which makes h [...]

    5. Mina says:

      Fun and well-written. Super amped up pace, but it's impressive what Monajem manages to fit within the space constraints (the back history, the family issues, the large cast). Simon was more a caricature than a character and I think it's almost a disservice to read this before reading the one where he's the hero, but from the excerpt of that on her website I'm convinced Monajem's skill helps mitigate that. I do wish there was more of an ending! I mightn'tve been able to stand a book-length versio [...]

    6. Christy English says:

      This is a lovely piece. I really enjoyed it. There is something so charming about the heroine Pompeia. Her name alone would make me love her, but I loved her courage too as she seeks to find her place in a hostile world. Since this is a romance, she ended up with her true love. Wouldn't it be wonderful if life gave us that assurance too?

    7. Ashley York says:

      I love romance anyway so give me a hot hero and a believable heroine and I'm on my way. This one was so, so good! I read it in one "walking" but had to go further than usual because I was not going to put it down. Kudos Barbara Monajem.

    8. Victoria Vane says:

      Spent this evening with Ferrero Rocher chocolates (my absolute favorite) and The Wanton Governess. It was a decadent delight!

    9. Cassie Peters says:

      Barbara's books are always great. I love reading them.

    10. Harlequin Historical says:

      Miniseries: Fortney Follies

    11. Harlequin Books says:

      Miniseries: Fortney Follies

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