This book is bargain priced from 01/28/2014 until 02/04/2014
Valerie King has published over 50 wonderful and sweet Regency novels and novellas.
When Abigail Chailey arrives to take up her post as a governess in the wilds of Devonshire, a dashing highwayman stops her coach and demands more than just her jewels…
Because he lived a double-life, he kept his heart at bay…
Viscount Treyford never thought twice about playing the bandit against the local aristocracy because of their mean-spirited refusal to help build a much-needed orphanage at Three Rivers Cross. He takes from them in the tradition of Robin Hood, quite happily, until Abigail Chailey arrives in the neighborhood. She charms him with her beauty, wit, and willingness to stand up to the nipcheese elements in the Devonshire town, which ignites feelings he thought long since dead. But will his double-life forge a barrier that love cannot conquer?
She needed more than her former beaus could give…
Abigail Chailey faces up to life, including her new duties as a governess to a headstrong young woman. But when a masked highwayman pulls her from her coach and kisses her soundly, new, unexpected thoughts emerge about what her life could become, if only she has the courage to embrace a different kind of existence. But as she comes to know one of the local aristocrats, her heart is soon torn between a highwayman and a handsome viscount. Will she be able to choose between them, or will neither fulfill the deepest longings of her heart?
Targeted Age Group: 15+
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