Thursday, July 7, 2022

A Duke's Lesson in Love


The Duke’s Lesson in Love: A historical interracial governess love story.

Love was out of reach until he claimed his son and the boy’s bewitching caretaker.

Tropes: Second chance at love, Forced proximity, Marriage of convenience.

    1. Regency duke romance
    2. Governess love story
    3. Historical interracial romance
    4. Historical arranged marriage romance


After a disastrous love affair, Lord Gilleasbuig was content living a life outside of London’s spotlight until a series of accidents threatened to leave his estate without an heir. Lucky for him, he had a son he could claim and protect.

After all, how difficult could it be to fetch his estranged son from an orphanage with too many children to care for?

Except, the breathtaking Miss Sadie Fields, who had cared for the child since birth, was a force to be reckoned with. She was furious at Gill for shirking his duties but he was irresistibly drawn to her fire.

Determined to prove himself a good father and win Sadie’s trust, Gill offered her a chance to continue watching over her charge. When she agreed, Gill was eager to return to his boring secluded life, but danger continued to shadow him.

As unconventional as their agreement was, he would risk disappointing his son and losing his last chance at love for a more permanent union.

A Duke’s Lesson in Love is a standalone, regency historical romance, with a guaranteed happily ever after by Canadian author, Robecca Austin.

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Electronic ISBN: 978-1-990356-08-7

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Robecca Austin is the author of happy ever after romance stories. She enjoys crafting tales of sassy heroines and passionate heroes that have a soft center.

She writes historical romance and billionaire romance stories.

You can find her outside enjoying nature and lots of sunshine when there are no bugs. When she's not writing her next novel, she's busy battling Cystic Fibrosis and hugging family. She lives and works in Canada.

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