by Julia Quinn
Daniel Smythe-Smith has been out of the country for a few years. An exile of sorts. When he returns to London, he, of course, attends the annual family musicale. It is there that he first spies the lovely Anne Wynter, the governess of his cousins.
It is definitely love (or at least lust) at first sight for both parties. But Miss Wynter has some secrets of her own, dangerous secrets.
This is the perfect mix of Regency romance and danger. Anne and Daniel make a great couple, and readers will cheer on the hero and his lady.
Very quick and very satisfying.