The Silent Governess by Julie Klassen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Olivia Keene flees her parents' home with scant money, a letter of introduction, and fear of her future after bashing her father over the head when she finds him choking her mother to death. In 1815 England few opportunities await the school teacher. After a series of dangerous events ending at Brightwell Court, which leaves Olivia temporarily speechless, she accidently overhears a conversation between Lord Edward Stanton Bradley and his father, the Earl. When the Lord realizes she could ruin him, he hires her as first an under nurse to the children in his care, and then as a governess. Her mysterious past and his cloaked future as they become drawn to each other threaten to unravel them both.
Full of tension and twists, this romance has plenty of mystery. It became one of my favorite historical romances this year. I highly recommend it if you love this genre.
REPRINTED with permission from Church Libraries, Summer 2010
Reviewed by Crystal Laine Miller
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Hi Crystal -
Thanks for the review.
I've read two of Julie's books, including this one, and loved them.
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