The Tutor's Lesson


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Edward Talbot is everything a gentleman of a certain age is meant to be - wealthy, handsome, unmarried, and laconic to the point of intrigue.

When fortune sees fit to leave Edward the guardianship of his young nephew Isaac, the unsociable master of Talbot Hall is forced to bring a new addition to the household. The chosen tutor, Mr. Benjamin Cooper, quickly makes himself indispensable, the young man a picture of scholarly perfection - as patient, educated, and kind as he is poor and unambitious.

Edward finds himself inexplicably drawn to the young man. Beneath the perfect manners and carefully constructed masks, Ben reveals himself to be more than a simple good humored teacher, stirring Edward’s long forgotten memories and inciting passions once believed extinct.

When the veil is lifted and the masks tossed aside, is the reality enough for Edward’s long dormant desires? Can Ben reconcile a bruised and bloodied past to a present of cozy studies and freely given affection?

“The Tutor’s Lesson” is a romance set in 1800s England, where respectability is an ever changing currency and spanning the class divide is no easy feat. When two men find themselves on opposite sides of the social chasm, love must prove itself a more than adequate bridge.

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