Becky Thorn has been keeping a secret for more than seven years. A secret that, if found out, could destroy her. So before she gets too ensconced in London society, she accepts a position as a governess for a reclusive Viscount and his wife, far away from the ton.
Stephen Hastings, the third Viscount Hastings, is nothing short of perturbed when the tart Miss Thorn shows up on his doorstep. He is a man with little time and even less patience, who feels his pushover housekeeper is doing a fine job keeping his wards out of his hair. But Miss Thorn thinks differently and needles her way into becoming his governess, and eventually, the object of his affection.
It's good at times when you enjoyed a book so much as to what happens after this book was right to point also hope you enjoy it for its worth the read
This was the best of the series!
More than a governess
The book could have had more character relationship development and more thoughtful transitions to the next stage of relationships. These changes seemed rather abrupt similar to falling off a cliff. I felt it was almost a connect-the-dots without all the dots. However, the basic premise of the story worked.