The Governess Affair (The Brothers Sinister)

The start of a critically acclaimed historical romance series by New York Times bestselling author Courtney Milan… Hugo Marshall earned the nickname “the Wolf of Clermont” for his ruthless ambition–a characteristic that has served him well, elevating the coal miner’s son to the right hand man of a duke. When he’s ordered to get rid of a pestering governess by fair means or foul, it’s just another day at work. But after everything Miss Serena Barton has been through at the hands of his employer, she is determined to make him pay. She won’t let anyone stop her–not even the man that all of London fears. They might call Hugo Marshall the Wolf of Clermont, but even wolves can be brought to heel…

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3 Comments

  1. I’m a Harsh Critic I really want to be swept up in a love story, to really know that the characters are in LOVE and not just lust. So many of the books I’ve read recently have the Hero and Heroine ready to rip each other’s clothes off and having sex again and again and again until they profess their love. I come to the end of the book feeling like I’ve read about two people who love having sex, but the author has not really shown me that they love each other. This story really packed an emotional punch for me…

  2. masterful I’m having trouble putting into words my love for this novella. The characters are beautifully realized and unique, and their interplay is utterly fascinating. Their relationship builds believably, step by step, and I completely buy into the obstacles between them as well as the built-in conflict. I loved every bit of this. I never say that. (Well, almost never.) I’ve read a few novels and a novella by Courtney Milan, and I have tremendous admiration for her intelligence as a writer, but…

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