What is the harm in a small fib?
The earl's sister needs a summer companion. She must be a paragon of all that is proper and a firm subscriber to Mrs. Carver's Hints for Young Ladies.
Lady Constance is in disguise as Miss Violet, companion extraordinaire. Unfortunately she's impertinent and intolerant of bossy earls. However, she knows exactly what to do with Mrs. Carver's voluminous etiquette book: It will block that drafty French door nicely.
In the earl's not-so-humble opinion, a prune-faced spinster would have been preferable to this miss with the cascading honey locks.
RoseHill Manor, a Georgian romance set in the countryside, is a tale of deception, regrets, and a summer love meant to last a lifetime.
©2010, 2011, 2014 Sharol Louise Schell (P)2016 Sharol Louise Schell
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