Sabrina Chester has been a servant at Lady Davies Academy for Young Ladies for the past four years. Until her father's death, which left her destitute, she had been one of the affluent students. Sabrina is rescued from her plight by Marius Parker, who finds himself stranded in the last place he wishes to ever be. Upon learning her identity, Marius is convinced treachery is afoot. He is acquainted with the uncle and cousin of Lady Sabrina and both are wealthy, affluent gentlemen of society. Marius couldn't begin to understand why they had left Sabrina in this state of servitude. When he discovers that her father hadn't been a victim of war, but a victim of murder, Marius determines the only way he can keep Sabrina safe is to marry her. Unfortunately, Sabrina doesn't necessarily agree that this is the best option.
©2012 Jane Charles (P)2014 Jane Charles
I love books, no matter the form. They have always been the place to go for peace and quiet.
Great story. Different from most. Sabrina and her kissing experiment is something not to missed. My only complaint is that the narrator used a voice for Sabrina that she, instead of sounding like the young woman that she was, made her sound like a woman on the shady side of 40.
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