A Lady Becomes a Governess by Diane Gaston @DianeGaston @MillsandBoon #Review


A most unlikely governess…
…with a shocking secret

Part of The Governess Swap: Lady Rebecca Pierce escapes her forced betrothal when the ship she’s on is wrecked. Assuming the identity of a governess she believes has drowned, she enters the employ of brooding Lord Brookmore, who’s selflessly caring for his orphaned nieces. Inconveniently, she’s extremely attracted to the Viscount…but her only chance of happiness is tied to the biggest risk: revealing the truth about who she really is…



When Lady Rebecca is unfortunately involved in a shipwreck a solution to all her problems presents itself. Rebecca can reinvent herself as a governess but can it really be that easy? What follows is a story filled with love, family and a little bit of danger too! 

I loved the special connection that Rebecca makes with the children in her care and how they slowly built up a friendship along with Rebecca earning their trust! Sometimes children in books don’t necessarily work but I think Diane Gaston did a great job with them and they really enhanced this story in such a lovely way. There is a lovely chemistry between Rebecca and Brookmore that was developed well as they try to fight a growing attraction to each other throughout the book. 

If you enjoy a story with false identities and a sweet carefully built romance then I can easily recommend this book to you. I think the pacing was good, especially picking up near the last part of the story as we meet a few people with their own agendas. Causing a little bit of danger as the villains put a plan in place which helps to build up the momentum. 

Warm and entertaining with a sweet romance!

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