Anne Wynter might not be who she says she is . . .
But she´s managing quite well as a governess to threehighborn young ladies. Her job can be a challenge—in a singleweek she finds herself hiding in a closet full of tubas, playingan evil queen in a play that might be a tragedy (or mightbe a comedy—no one is sure), and tending to the wounds ofthe oh-so-dashing Earl of Winstead. After years of dodgingunwanted advances, he´s the first man who has truly temptedher, and it´s getting harder and harder to remind herself that a governess has no business flirting with a nobleman.
Daniel Smythe-Smith Might be in mortal danger . . .
But that´s not going to stop the young earl from fallingin love. And when he spies a mysterious woman at his family´sannual musicale, he vows to pursue her, even if that meansspending his days with a ten-year-old who thinks she´s aunicorn. But Daniel has an enemy, one who has vowed to seehim dead. And when Anne is thrown into peril,he will stop at nothing to ensuretheir happy ending . . .