In which Lady Bridget Cavendish, of the American Cavendishes, falls flat on her back in a ballroom and makes the acquaintance of Mr. Wright and Looord Darcy.
Why are romance novels–such a massively powerful and profitable female-driven industry– exemplified by one man?
In which our hero and heroine are at impossible odds over a wager that could wreck the wedding.
In which Duke and Jane’s wedding is almost ruined…
In which that rogue Jack is preoccupied with thoughts of kissing Miss Henrietta Black.
In which Miss Prudence Merryweather Payton has escaped a highway robbery and is trudging toward the nearest town, alone and dangerously unchaperoned when the oh-so dashing Lord Castleton happens upon her…
In which things get complicated–and dramatic–for Jane and Duke in this stunning conclusion to their romance.