Miss Phillipa Stanhope-Fredericks is a darling of the London Ton - well-born, high-spirited and beautiful. She is also determined to find out why her little brother died so mysteriously at school, no matter what it might cost her personally.
Geraint Catton, new history master at St. Gregory�s School for Boys, knows there is something odd about the new scullery. She is too beautiful to be a lower servant and her good breeding is obvious, no matter how she tries to hide it. Sparks fly between them, even as the evil at the school becomes obvious. Little do they know that their lives are at risk, or that the misconceptions they hold about each other could be more dangerous than the villain who stalks them.
The love that had blossomed at St. Gregory�s would face its greatest challenge in the scheming London ton, where the secrets that had brought them together would begin to tear them apart.
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About the Author
Formerly an actress and singer, a talent agent and Supervisor of Accessioning for a bio-genetic DNA testing lab, Janis Susan has also been editor-in-chief of two multi-magazine publishing groups. She founded and was the original editor of The Newsletter of the North Texas Chapter of the American Research Center in Egypt, which for the nine years of her reign was the international organization�s only monthly publication. Long interested in Egyptology, she was one of the founders of the North Texas chapter and was the closing speaker for the ARCE International Conference in Boston in 2005.
Janis Susan married for the first time when most of her contemporaries were becoming grandmothers. Her husband, a handsome Naval Reserve Captain several years younger than she, even proposed in a moonlit garden in Egypt. Janis Susan and her husband live in Texas with three rescued furbabies � two neurotic cats and a terribly spoiled little dog.
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