Book Review

‘The Governess Club: Louisa’ by Ellie Macdonald

tgcl emSTORY: Louisa Brockhurst is on the run—from her friends, from her family, even from her dream of independence through the Governess Club. But sometimes it’s easier for her to hide from those she loves in order to escape the secrets of her past.

Handsome but menacing John Taylor is a prizefighter-turned-innkeeper who is trying to make his way in society. When Louisa shows up at his doorstep, he’s quick to accept her offer to help—at a price. He knows that she’s hiding something, and he can’t help his protective instincts toward the beautiful woman.

Their attraction grows, but will headstrong, fiery Louisa ever trust the surprisingly kind John enough to tell him the dangerous secrets from her past that keep her running? Or will the power of her feelings scare her into running yet again?

REVIEW: This is book four in the Governess Club series and second full-length novel in it. Like the previous story, I found this one well written and plotted and the characters in it were the ones that intrigued the most. How often do you have a bold headed hero? Not that often, and if I’m honest, I can’t name one!

As for our heroine, I found her rude, but still intriguing. t took me most of the book to warm up to her and even when I got to know her better, I thought she was a bit too real.

I think this author will grow more on me as I continue to read her stories. I hope you give her a try.

Melanie for b2b

Complimentary copy provided by the publisher


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