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Breaking the Governesss RulesEry much alive Louisa has rebuilt her life after being dishonourably dismissed from her post as governess for allowing Jonathon to seduce her Now Louisa lives by a rulebook of morals and virt. My thoughtsA short light book First we have Louisa a former governess who now live by strict rules She had her heart broken by the love of her life and she left the country But little by little old Louisa comes back Then we have Jonathon who loved Louisa and meant to marry her In comes treachery he was told she was dead They meet again and he wants her back But trust is hard to earn backI did like Louisa I understood her rules Jonathon had grown too during the lost years and I did enjoy how much he wanted to marry her even if she was a nobody Then we have the wicked stepmother who told them both different lies But it's nice to have some sort of bad guyMost of the book takes place at a houseparty Jonathon wants to get to the bottom of thing and tries to approach her slowly Louisa tries to stand her ground but passion can't be tamed Then we have the other guest A wannabe matchmaker and the couple she wants to put together There is also a plot about a recent robbery and about who let the thief inIt was a cute little story about two people that had been terribly hurt by lies They blame each other too and they do have a reason for that But true love will always conuerConclusionA sweet novel short too and you can read it fastRatingNice

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Breaking the Governesss Rules review ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB ¸ ❰BOOKS❯ ✭ Breaking the Governesss Rules Author Michelle Styles – How delightful to meet you again Miss Louisa Sibson’ Jonathon Lord Chesterholm’s eyes bored holes into Louisa Sibson’s back The former fiUe – the devastating Lord Chesterholm will not ruin her again But Jonathon will get to the bottom of Louisa’s disappearance – and he’ll enjoy breaking a few of her rules along the way. I received this as a First Reads Giveaway and was very much looking forward to reading it While the story was a light easy read as I'd expected I found the initial conflict between the protagonists extremely frustrating Both were not listening to the other to the extent that I really wanted the heroine to smack Lord Chesterholm insult him roundly and go back to Sorrento to live in peace rather than fall in love with him againBoth Louisa and Lord Chesterholm changed as the story continued and the attraction seemed natural once the setting moved to the house party at Chesterholm's country house However the initial annoyance created by the pride of these two characters and the ongoing issue of trust between them meant that I wasn't fully engaged with their romance Nevertheless I'm interested in reading of Michelle Styles work as the world she created was realistically built and the minor characters were intriguing

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How delightful to meet you again Miss Louisa Sibson’ Jonathon Lord Chesterholm’s eyes bored Breaking the Epubholes into Louisa Sibson’s back The former fiancée he’s thought dead is v. Louisa Stibbons is working as an old Ladies companion when she meets her former fiancée again The last time she saw Jonathon they had rowed after which she had been told to go away by his snobby aunt who wanted Jonathon to marry a woman of Worth rather than a lowly Governess Jonathon cannot believe his eyes when a woman he thought was dead appears in front of him looking very well indeed Both are hurt and angry and neither truly trusts each other but the attraction between them cannot be deniedFor the most part of the book I liked Louisa She had been hurt by Jonathon’s supposed actions and had ended up losing their child which in turn had destroyed a part of her She cannot afford to let Jonathon too close yet she cannot help herself Her self defence mechanism is to explain away her actions and feelings by either blaming him or blame loneliness I can understand her actions as she has literally had to rebuild herself back up from the ground upwards Jonathon isn’t the playboy she remembers; in fact he hasn’t been since she left He married the woman of worth his stepmother desired and had a child After she died he had to bring up his son and his household alone As much as Louisa misjudged him and treated him as I he hadn’t changed he did the same All the way through the book he kept searching for “his” Louisa making me wonder if they could be happy together after so much time apart I was charmed by Jonathan – he was dashing charming and completely relentless At no point was there a doubt in his mind he would have Louisa back in his life and his bed He just had to find the right buttons to press He gets his opportunity to try a multitude of methods after inviting Louisa and her patron to his home to look at his cameos I enjoyed his unwavering belief that she was the woman who fit him no matter if she knew it or not He had added assistant from Miss Daphne Miss Stibbons companion who was a little bit of a matchmaker and was determined not to let Louisa allow the past to influence her futureI love historical Romance They always have that added bit of romance as wooing someone was so much difficult At one point Jonathan looked through the Debretts peerage catalogue to see who her fiancée is and I had to laugh In all the latest chick flicks you see women “googling” their latest conuests so it was nice to see that this tradition is long standing There is a sex scene which happens during the storm which is done with no graphic details and lots of emotion and swooning It was satisfying enough there was none of the flowery euphemisms that are a pet hate for me and I felt it fit the style of the book I wanted a HEA for both of them and felt the author did a lovely job of showing how these emotionally damaged individuals could be together in spite of all their baggage I particularly enjoyed the scene when Louisa stood up for herself against Jonathon’s tyrant of an aunt it was done with dignity and she definitely came out the winner of it I recommend this for fans of historical romance It is a nicely written tale with engaging characters with most of the conflicts needing to overcome being internal