It's the entertaining family that carries this otherwise standard romance between nobleman Daniel and his cousin's governess Anne. The first bit alone (a ghastly family concert) justifies the book price.
Fleeing a terrifying past, Anne has finally found a position where she is safe and happy. The three Smith-Smythe girls adore her and there are no males relatives trying to grope the lovely governess in dark corners. Then nobleman Daniel returns from overseas and is captivated by Anne. It's a situation that could leave her dismissed and homeless. The book describes the (hopefully) historical practise of shaming women who have been molested. Luckily there is enough humour in the three students, their arguments and a truly bad play, to provide fun as well as compelling reading.
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