THE BUTLER'S DAUGHTER
Juliana Goodhew, THE BUTLER'S DAUGHTER (1), accepts a position as nanny to the baby of her father's employer. When the baby's parents are murdered, Hunter Sinclair, the child's legal guardian, proposes a marriage of convenience to protect Juliana and the baby. Weak suspense and unbelievable characters mar Joyce Sullivan's story. While the budding romance between the characters is better developed than the suspense, the characters seem flat, and Juliana too submissive and self-sacrificing to be believed.