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The Plaza

Mavis Applewater

Publisher: Wednesday Afternoon Press

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The Plaza 
It is 1938 and Patience Styles has been banished from her home in England. Patience has caused a scandal that the family just will not accept, she was caught in a compromising position with another woman. Upon arriving in Boston, she and her husband prepare to start a new life. Things get off to a rocky start thanks to her husband's drunken shenanigans. They are in need of a new governess for their two young sons. Enter Bonnie Greyson who despite her lack of qualifications takes on the job. Bonnie is everything Patience could hope for, bright, cheerful and gorgeous. The temptation of this attractive young woman quickly proves to be a challenge. Patience knows if she gets caught again, her loving in-laws will do whatever they can to take her sons away from her. Things heat up when Patience discovers that she isn't the only one fighting temptation. Life at the Plaza turns from a punishment to romance.

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