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THE MISTRESS OF TREVELYAN
Genre: Historical Romance
As she walks to the gates of the mansion, Ann considers how the house on Trevelyan hill "had always beckoned me." She has come to apply for a position as governess to Benedict Trevelyan's motherless sons.
Following in the footsteps of the immortal Brontë sisters, Victoria Holt, Daphne du Maurier and Mary Stewart, debut author St. Giles draws readers
As Ann takes her place in the household, she is drawn to Benedict, the sullen master of the manor, and into
Like every intrepid gothic heroine, she puts the rumors aside and falls in love, determined to uncover the truth.
St. Giles has mastered the craft of creating a classic gothic, complete with the perfect forbidding hero, dauntless heroine, dangerous secrets and the prerequisite first-person narrative. There is a freshness and power in her writing that will endear her to new and old gothic fans alike. St. Giles satisfies the craving for a well-crafted yet fresh take on a classic. SWEET (Aug., 380 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed By: Kathe Robin
Published: August 2004