The Kiss of Paris Author:Barbara Cartland Paris was magic to Sheena Ashburton: the chic, beautiful women, the gallantry of the men, the sights and the shops. It was hard to believe that she, an orphan brought up by her eccentric Uncle Patrick on very little money, should be part of it. — Yet there was a mystery. Why had her uncle insisted that she apply for the job of governess to the... more » children of the Mariposan Ambassador? Why had she to pose as a young widow? It was so hard to play a part all the time. Particularly when there were other complications. The handsome Vicomte de Cormeille for instance. In spite of his reputation and his persistance, she had to admit that she found him attractive. And so different from Lucien Mansfield, the Ambassador's aide. Lucien, aloof, rather stern, yet a man who, when he smiled, seemed a different person.
Quite alone in a strange world, she had to learn who she could trust. And in doing that she was to discover love.« less