Monday, October 24, 2016

My Brown-Eyed Earl by Anna Bennett

William Ryder, Earl of Castelton is desperate.  He has broken ties with his mistress when she wanted to be his Countess and his mother is throwing an eligible young lady at him.  His cousin died and his mistress dumped their twins in his care.  Will finds himself in need of a governess.

Margaret Lacey was the daughter of the local vicar when her parents announced that she was going to be engaged to Will.  At fifteen, Meg didn't want to be matched to a man that looked at her in dread so she refused him.

Penniless, Meg needs to find employment to help save her Uncle and sisters from the poor house.  A friend tells her about the governess position that Will has.  Meg convinces Will to hire her but neither of them expect that they will find true happiness.

I did not want this book to end!  I immediately liked Meg and found the twins adorable.  Will had his work cut out for himself once he realized that he wanted Meg in a different position than governess.  This was a wonderful book.

I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book thanks to NetGalley and the publisher.  Thank you.

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