Dear Lady Truelove . . .
My twin brother and I need a new mother, though Papa insists heA??ll never marry again. Must be nice, brainy, and fond of cats . . .
Lady Truelove may be LondonA??s most famous advice columnist, but James St. Clair, the Earl of Kenyon, knows his wild young sons need a tutor, not a new mother. They need a man tough enough to make his hellions tow the line, and James is determined to find one.
Miss Amanda Leighton, former schoolteacher and governess, knows she has all the qualifications to be a tutor. And while female tutors are unheard of, Amanda isnA??t about to lose the chance at her dream job because of pesky details like that. If Lord Kenyon insists on hiring a man, then she has only one option . . .
Jamie isnA??t sure what to make of his new employee, until he realizes the shocking truthA??beneath the ill-fitting suits, his boysA?? tutor is a woman. An unconventional, outspoken, thoroughly intriguing woman. Despite AmandaA??s deception, he canA??t dismiss her when his boys are learning so much. Yet Jamie, too, is learning surprising lessonsA??about desire, seduction, and passionate second chances . . .
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"The listener feels immersed in late-nineteenth-century London as the twin 10-year-old sons of James St. Clair, the Earl of Kenyon, seek a new wife for their widowed father. Narrator Justine Eyre gives the voices of the boys, who have driven off many nannies, a mischievous quality. Amanda Leighton knows she has the ability to tutor them and disguises herself as a man in order to do so. Eyre uses deeper tones when Amanda pretends to be a man. Eyre is successful in providing a variety of accents and tonal shadings for a range of characters from the lower-class servants to the smarmy man from Amanda's past. The richness of Eyre's voice, coupled with a delightful romance, brings listeners hours of pleasure. S.B. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine"
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