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The Accidental Servants

(A book in the Georgians in Paris series)
A Novella by


All's fair in love and peace...

1774. In the decade-long respite from war with France, the English flooded the Continent. And like a siren, Ancien Régime Paris beckoned, promising elegance, adventure, and love.
From kitchens to ballrooms, delight your palate with Georgians in Paris, four clean and sweet romance novellas to be enjoyed in any order.

He’s marooned without a penny. She’s in hiding to protect her virtue. As servants in the same Parisian household, can love be found between the schoolroom and the scullery?

Charles Ellsworth is a young Englishman on his triumphant Grand Tour when the dissolution of his family fortunes and his own recklessness leave him stranded and in debt. He enters service as a tutor in the household of M. Tremblay, with nothing but his wits and the kindness shown him by an elderly maid to depend on.

Pretty Jeanne Martineau played ingenue roles with a traveling theatre company before the manager absconded with the receipts. Now she works as a maid for the rakish M. Tremblay to avoid starvation, but escaping his groping hands requires she don the disguise of a hideous old woman.

When Charles glimpses Jeanne without her disguise, he quickly falls for the lovely young woman, but how can she reveal the truth without them losing everything to M. Tremblay’s terrible ire and desire?

The Accidental Servants is a clean and wholesome 18th-century romance novella, written in the traditional style.♥
Other books in the Georgians in Paris series:

  • A Match Gone Awry by Arlem Hawks

    The Vicomte's Masquerade by Sofi Laporte

    A Sham Betrothal by Jennie Goutet

    Genre: Historical Romance

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