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When Elinor Richards' guardian attempted to barter her in marriage to an unsavory gentleman, the desperate heiress only saw one solution. Disguising herself as "Miss Palmer, " she took the post of governess to the twin children of the Marquis of Trenville. Yet, when the proximity of her attractive employer heightened her senses intolerably, Elinor saw how rash she had been. For propriety required Adrian to fancy none but a lady -- or a courtesan -- and "Miss Palmer" was neither
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Wilma Counts devotes her time largely to writing and reading. She loves to cook, but hates cleaning house. She has never lost her interest in literature, history, and international relations. She spends a fair amount of time yelling at the T.V. She is an active member of Lone Mountain Writers in Carson City, Nevada. Readers can visit her website at www.wilmacounts.com.