BEAUTY IN DISGUISE
Her problem was that she was beautiful. And far too spirited. A combination devoutly to be wished for by anyone except a governess who is supposed to be prim and proper. For Graine Ashley (well born but penniless), her loveliness had already caused unpleasantness. Too often, the master of the house had figured her as fair game. And because of this, Graine was forved to disguise herself as a most unattractive frump. Then, as chance would have it, she gained employment in the house of Lord Valminster. He was extremely proper. And handsome. And ten years her senior. The children were delightful. And Graine found herself doing the impossible -- falling in love.