The Governess Gambit by Erica Ridley #BookReview #HistoricalRomance #Novella #Regency

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Governess Gambit is the prequel to The Duke’s Heist, the new The Wild Wynchesters series by Erica Ridley and what a delicious prelude the beginning turned out to be.

With the colorful set of characters that the author has introduced in this prequel, I can’t wait for the release of book #1 next month.

Baron Vanderbean is a man with a heart of a gold. The six children he has adopted, each of them talented in their own ways helps Bean in multiple ways to achieve tasks that may seem impossible. This short story introduces Chole and her siblings and their rescue mission to save orphan children.

The Duke of Faircliffe is once again just introduced into the story and looking forward to the joyful tale of Chole and Faircliffe.

An exciting prequel to THE DUKE HEIST.
Meet the Wild Wynchesters: This fun-loving, caper-committing family of tight-knit siblings can’t help but find love and adventure!

Years ago, Chloe Wynchester and five other uniquely talented orphans were adopted by a wealthy baron with a secret mission: The motley Wynchester family fights for justice from the margins of high society. And the handsome, clever duke Chloe has long admired proves to be her worst enemy…

An unscrupulous boarding school is exploiting orphans in a secret workhouse. Baron Vanderbean plots a daring rescue. When illness befalls him, Chloe must take the reins. But how can a lifelong wallflower lead the charge to save the children?


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5 thoughts on “The Governess Gambit by Erica Ridley #BookReview #HistoricalRomance #Novella #Regency

  1. Oh dear. The world has too many great books. I think everyone should stop writing for a while so I can catch up – on the other hand, maybe not. It would take me a long time to read all the books I’d like to read!

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