The Governess GameBook - 2018
When Alexandra Mountbatten, the governess he has hired to turn his wild, orphaned wards into proper young ladies, tries to reform him, infamous libertine Chase Reynaud decides to make her pay by teaching her a lesson in pleasure.
New York Times and USA Today Bestseller
He’s been a bad, bad rake—and it takes a governess to teach him a lesson
The accidental governess
After her livelihood slips through her fingers, Alexandra Mountbatten takes on an impossible post: transforming a pair of wild orphans into proper young ladies. However, the girls don’t need discipline. They need a loving home. Try telling that to their guardian, Chase Reynaud: duke’s heir in the streets and devil in the sheets. The ladies of London have tried—and failed—to make him settle down. Somehow, Alexandra must reach his heart . . . without risking her own.
The infamous rake
Like any self-respecting libertine, Chase lives by one rule: no attachments. When a stubborn little governess tries to reform him, he decides to give her an education—in pleasure. That should prove he can’t be tamed. But Alexandra is more than he bargained for: clever, perceptive, passionate. She refuses to see him as a lost cause. Soon the walls around Chase’s heart are crumbling . . . and he’s in danger of falling, hard.
When the governess he has hired to turn a pair of wild orphans into proper young ladies tries to reform him, self-respecting libertine Chase Reynaud decides to teach her a lesson in pleasure. By a USA Today best-selling author. Original. 150,000 first printing.
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ReadingAdviser_Sally Nov 08, 2018
I love these Tessa Dare novels! They are so sweet, very witty and funny and the characters are so well rounded. I love how all the women are smart, strong and independent and the men listen, take extra care to be sure there is consent and ultimately admit when they are wrong! What more could you ... Read More »
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I don’t care if you’re gently bred, roughly bred, or a loaf of brown bread with butter. You’re educated, you understand propriety, and you’re . . . breathing.
Because I am not eulogizing another leprosy victim covered in sores that weep marmalade!
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