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    An Interesting Tale

    It looked like Josephine would be alone for the holidays. The older of her two younger sisters, Louise, had just accepted a governess position in the far north. Her youngest sister, Eve, was visiting her friend in hopes of making some good connections and meet eligible gentlemen. Although the great-granddaughter of the Earl of Priorsbridge, Josephine, and her sisters, were in financial straits. Their father had squandered what money they had after the death of their mother. Now orphaned, they needed income. Josephine was an accountant, and now Louise was a governess. Anything to save enough to give their youngest sister Eve the Season she deserved and the chance to meet a good man. Returning home from work, she finds a strange carriage parked at her door. When the occupant emerges it is the Duke of Snowdon, a man she doesn’t know. Claiming to be sent by the Earl of Priorsbridge makes Josephine suspicious. What would make her uncle, until now an absent guardian, take an interest all of a sudden? Upon learning of the death of her uncle and that the Earl in question is her cousin, explains a few things. She invites the Duke into the townhouse and that is where it all begins. An Interesting Tale As with the first two books, The Governess Who Captured His Heart and The Earl Who Loved Her, the author has woven an interesting tale with characters you feel you know from the outset. This series has been excellent and I would recommend these three novellas to anyone looking for an enjoyable few hours read. Reviewed for LnkToMi iRead in response to a complimentary copy of the novella provided by the publisher in hopes of an honest review.
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    An excellent read

    Devon is the Duke of Snowden, to diversify he bought a hotel. He also agreed to check on three sisters, to see how they were doing. Josephine Potter is the oldest and has worked the longest and made the most sacrifices, but she did not mind. This very romantic and wonderful story is easy to read, well written and moves smoothly. The descriptions are lush and aids in you being able to imagine yourself in the scene. The characters are fun and realistic. The duke and Josephine go ice skating, but they argue. She wants to be independent and he thinks she should be home. I love the romance but also the respect and love.
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