"I have never stopped wanting you, no matter what you've done..."
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A MYSTERIOUS EMPLOYER. A MOST PECULIAR POSITON.
When a scandalous affair with her employer ends in her termination, the haughty young governess, Miss Violet Russell, has no choice but to accept a position in North Yorkshire for the mysterious Daniel Raven, a man that she slighted many years before, and who can only be out for revenge.
From the moment she arrives, something is amiss. For one, there are no children at the estate. A strict and buxom housekeeper gives bizarre orders that, if disobeyed, have humiliating consequences. The dashing Daniel Raven frightens her the most, and yet awakens a sense of love she’s never felt before. One thing is clear. Violet hasn’t been invited to Daniel's estate as a governess – she's been invited for an entirely different sort of position....
Will Violet ever come to accept her new role? Can Daniel Raven’s revenge result in love?
Little Governess is a Victorian tale laced with sexual thrills and dark romance. If you like historical erotic romances with rich sexual details, scenes of public disgrace and a happily-ever-after ending, then you’ll love this arousing and emotionally satisfying novelette.
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