The Governess’ Debut (Ladies of Mayfair Book 1) by W. M. Andrews
The governess must charm both the spoiled child and the haughty earl. Orphaned and destitute, gently born Felicia Scott no longer has a dowry to offer. Her only option is to find a position as governess. Felicia adores young Lady Penelope and is more than intrigued by the handsome, though surly, earl. Of course, her new employer is strictly off-limits. No matter, he sees her as nothing more than a companion for his daughter. The Earl of Standish is desperate. His spoiled, seven-year-old daughter has already sent off three governesses. He reluctantly agrees to give the young Miss Scott a chance, convinced he’ll be searching again soon. When this gently bred young woman works wonders on his daughter, Standish is pleasantly surprised. The only problem? He never expected the interesting new governess to capture his attention as well. He should be looking for a well-suited woman for another marriage like his first—convenient and proper with no messy feelings. Felicia’s fear of poverty keeps her silent about her feelings. The earl clings to propriety for propriety’s sake, despite their growing attachment. The Governess’s Debut is a clean Regency romance novella with a heartwarming story and a charming happily ever after.
Book Length: Novella - 60-150 Pages