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Release day: The Master’s New Governess

1 May 2020

Today is the official release of The Master’s New Governess by Eliza Redgold (ebook and paperback, Harlequin Historical). Here’s the blurb:

A new position for the governess

As mistress of Pendragon Hall?

Unfairly dismissed from her previous position, her reputation ruined, governess Maud Wilmot is forced to take on a new identity. When she feels an ever-growing attraction to her new employer, Cornish railway entrepreneur Dominic Jago, Maud longs to reveal the truth. But doing so could end their fledgling romance before it’s truly begun…

Eliza dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:

Meet the new governess … The role of the governess was not an easy one in Victorian England. Like Maud Wilmot, the heroine of The Master’s New Governess, many governesses existed ‘between stairs’, neither accepted by the servants nor by the family, and some were at the mercy of their more unscrupulous employers. Any slur on their character, whether true or not, could be ruin—as Maud Wilmot finds out. Unfairly dismissed from her previous position, she is forced to take on a new identity. When she falls in love with Master of Pendragon Hall, widower Sir Dominic Jago, Maud longs to reveal her true story. Will Dominic believe her? Or will the fairy tale end, before it can truly begin? I do hope you enjoy this romance of a story-telling governess, who learns never to give up on a happy ending!

You can find out more about this book at Eliza’s website or buy it from Amazon.

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