Her Ladyship's Companionby Joanna Bourne
Giles Tarsin, her haughty
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Beautiful Melissa Rivenwood was leaving Mrs. Brody's Seminary for the Daughters of Gentlemen for a new life. But when she accepted the position as companion to the formidable Lady Dorothy, spirited Melissa could not have known that she would soon be caught up in a web of passion and intrigue at beautiful and remote Vinton Manor.
Giles Tarsin, her haughty employer, is maddeningly aloof�and irresistibly attractive. Darkly handsome Sir Adrian Hawkhurst admires her undisguisedly with, Melissa suspects, the most impure intentions. Harold Bosworth, a family connection, appears> to be ever the gentleman.
But why is seven-year-old Robbie, an orphan like Melissa, so terrified?
Before long, Melissa is struggling to unravel dark family secrets that will lead her suspicions to center on just one man . . . the one man she loves!
Her Ladyship's Companion is the long-out-of-print 1983 Regency Romance from Historical Romance writer Joanna Bourne
I also enjoyed reading this early effort by Joanne Bourne because it showed brief glimpses of the great writing to come in her Spymaster series.
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Joanna lives in the foothills of the Blue Ridge with her family, a medium-sized mutt and a faux Himalayan cat.
She writes Historical Romances set in England and France during the Napoleonic Wars. She's fascinated by that time and place - such passionate conviction and burning idealism ... and really sexy clothes.
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i am not a very good book reviewer, but I was very glad to be able to read this early book. Bourne has recently writtten 4 very good books about Regency spies and I have become a fan. Her early romance introduced one of her main characters and was very hard to find (and very expensive if you did). Her Ladyship's Companion is not a "spy" novel, but there IS a mystery. The characters are intresting and I was very glad to have the opportunity to read it. Thanks to Belgrave House for the e publication.