The Art of Governing an Earl

A Historical Regency Romance Novel

Their love emerged from the shadows, bathed in dim moonlight…

Fate dealt Daphne Reed a cruel hand, when she saw her parents killed as a child. Determined to let go of the past and start anew, she takes a position as a governess. But she can’t help but feel that she has seen her employer before.

Fergus Collfield, the Earl of Summerhelm, can’t bring himself to mourn for his father. Remembering him as a cruel and abusive man, his death feels more like a blessing than a loss. A blessing that takes the form of the governess his mother hires for his younger siblings.

Like a harbinger of death, the smell of gunpowder rises from the graveyard, and the sins of the father shall be visited upon the son.

They know about Daphne and they intend to use her to drive Fergus into the pit of the snake. Racing against the countdown to their doomsday, Daphne and Fergus must face the monster of their story: a face they both know in their memories...

*If you like a realistic yet charming depiction of the Regency and Victorian era, then The Art of Governing an Earl is the novel for you.

This is Hanna Hamilton's 41st book, a historical Regency romance novel of 80,000 words (around 400 pages). No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a sweet happily ever after.

Pick up "The Art of Governing an Earl" today to discover Hanna's amazing new story!


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