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The Baron's Governess Bride (Love Inspired Historical Series)

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  • Posted July 20, 2012

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    What a great book for the whole family!

    What a delightfully fairy-tale story!
    The only thing I would change about it is the title. It leaves no room for imagination nor question.
    This was very well-written and totally 'CLEAN'!
    This could be enjoyed with the whole family.
    Once I started reading (even though I knew what the outcome would be)I barely put it down. Deborah has a great style in keeping the attention of the reader.
    I won this through a giveaway but would have eagerly purchased it.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 13, 2012

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    The Baron’s Governess Bride by Deborah Hale Glass Slipper

    The Baron’s Governess Bride by Deborah Hale
    Glass Slipper Brides Book 3
    Grace Ellerby's life has not been easy. After her father's death her "evil stepmother" sent her to a school for Vicar's orphans. Grace had to suffer from something unusual...her beauty. Fellow students were jealous of her and teachers demeaned her. Her saving grace had been her close friends. They still wrote regularly and two of them even found true love and happiness. Grace just wanted to keep a governess job where male attention didn't send her running. Thus her plan….she uglified herself. Cinderella covered in ashes.

    Widower Lord Rupert Steadwell needed an ugly governess obviously. He couldn't have his three daughters endure another pretty governess leaving them for marriage. When he met Miss Ellerby he knew she'd be perfect. She looked the perfect part of someone who accepted their plainness and knew marriage was not an option. He watched her win his daughters over and he even became fond of their walks together. But he had an obligation to marry again and produce an heir….who knew his decision would cause such chaos in his home.

    Deborah brings her characters to life and has you turning the page after page hoping that Rupert can see the beauty within the plain governess. She brings out the unique, adorable and obstinate personalities of Grace’s three charges as well. A unique and delightful story with hints of the old fairy tale, Cinderella. This is the third book in the series. Book 1 is Much Ado About Nuptials and it’s in a Novella Called The Wedding Season, Book 2 is The Captain’s Christmas Family. Enjoyable stories of girls who had a hard life and never would have thought their lives could have fairy tale endings.
    *Received through NetGalley for review.

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