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At the age of 18, Miranda has been invited by wealthy distant cousin Nicholas Van Ryn, whom she’s never met, to move to his estate and serve as governess to his young daughter. Initially, it seems like a wonderful opportunity to learn and experience life of a different social standing to Miranda, who grew up on a farm. Before long, however, she finds herself attracted to Nicholas and, despite the presence of his gluttonous wife, the sentiment appears to be mutual. This is one of Anya Seton’s earlier works and focuses less on historical events than some of her other books, but I still recommend it.
posted Jun 17, 2006 at 10:52AM
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