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A Governess' Forbidden Flame

(2024)
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Lady Amelia Wycliffe, once esteemed governess, faces an unexpected upheaval when her position in the Davenport family dissolves. Embracing an uncertain future, she accepts a new role at Ravenscroft Manor, a place tinged with mysterious deaths. Stepping into the foreboding estate, Amelia meets the brooding Earl of Ravenscroft, sole guardian of his spirited niece, and is immediately taken by him. As she wrestles with tempestuous attraction, she uncovers chilling secrets within the manor's façade.

Can she endure this perilous dance of passion and deception?

Sebastian Blackthorn, the enigmatic Earl of Ravenscroft, sequestered for three years, shunning the ton and its gossip. In a desperate search for a governess for his niece, he invites Lady Amelia, an alluring beauty with a humble background, to interview for the governess position. However, Sebastian grapples with the instant attraction he feels for Amelia, fearing the consequences of his emotions. As he delves into her background and the rumors surrounding her departure from her previous post, he discovers a connection intensifying their magnetic pull.

Will he succumb to lust or will family shadows deter him from love?

Amelia and Sebastian's burgeoning romance faces its greatest challenge as they unearth the hidden library in Ravenscroft Manor. Together, they discover ancient documents that reveal a shocking truth about Sebastian's deceased brother. Will their connection withstand the wicked forces conspiring against them, or will the pursuit of justice unravel the delicate threads of their forbidden romance?

"A Governess' Forbidden Flame" is a historical romance novel of approximately 80,000 words. No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a guaranteed happily ever after.

Genre: Historical Romance

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