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A Most Unusual Governess [Kindle Edition]

Amanda Grange
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A Regency Romance. Tenth Anniversary Edition

When poverty forces Sarah Davenport to take up a position as a governess, she is warned that Lord Randall is arrogant and overbearing. But no one warns her that he is also devastatingly handsome and that she will find herself falling in love with him. Or that, when danger threatens, she will find herself having to trust him.

Amanda Grange: Humour, adventure and romance, with a guaranteed happy ending.

Reviews for Amanda Grange:

“Believable dialogue and lively characters ... nice touches of humour, too." - Historical Novels Review
"Hits the Regency tone and language on the head." - Library Journal
"Well written, clean romance. 4 1/2 stars!" - Amazon review
"Amanda Grange writes from the heart . . . Highly recommended" - A Romance Review

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A fine romance 2 Aug. 2012
By JolyD
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I thoroughly enjoyed this conventional tale of haughty Lord falling for strong willed governess. Although there were a couple of sub plots the central plot was the developing romance between the two main characters (that is not always the case in some romances unfortunately). What I loved about this novel was the fact that, apart from a previous marriage that was barely mentioned, there were no ex mistresses, lovers, previous grand passions for the hero to overcome. The only initial barrier to the couple uniting was their different social status. I just loved this gentle, thoroughly enjoyable "old school" romance.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A most delightful read 28 Dec. 2012
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I read A Most Unusual Governess after Amanda Grange`s diaries of Jane Austen`s heroes. I thought it was a lovely story, and it reminded me a lot of Jane Austen`s novels without being a mindless copy with only the names changed. Sarah was a brilliant heroine, a woman who could stand up for herself and still make the hero, James, Lord Randall, fall in love with her. Overall, a very enjoyable read, and one i would heartily recommend for anyone looking for a smutless Regency romance.
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3.0 out of 5 stars An old twist 20 Sept. 2012
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Enter the heroine - sparky, determined, upper-class but poor. Enter the hero - moody, rude, very rich ... Do we know where this is going? But of course, and it doesn't disappoint. It's a classic romance: light-hearted and predictable; sadly Jane Austen Jane Austen Pride and Prejudicehas been there and done that, oh! so much better! But this is reasonably well-written and it whiled away a few hours on a long plane journey.
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