The Innocent Seductress . . .
On the surface, Miss Gwynneth Dunlevvy seemed simply a sweet, shy young lady who ran a humble bookstore in the tiny town of Guilford. Few realized the ravishing beauty cloaked by her dowdy dresses. And no one knew of the letters she exchanged under a false name with the bold-thinking, loose-living Baron Stuart Langley.
But now the Baron had come to town to satisfy his desire to meet the unknown author of this captivating correspondence. It soon was clear that a meeting of the minds was not all the libertine lord wanted with the woman who had stirred far more than his curiosity . . . that even Gwynneth's talented pen could not hide her identity for much longer . . . and that if she were ever unmasked, she surely would be undone . . .