His Fair Lady
Julian LeFevre, Duke of Claridge, found being a reformed rake terribly dull. So he wagered a friend that he could make any pretty trollop in London pass for a lady of the ton. But when his friend presented him with Miss Hannah Gregory, Julian felt a stirring of doubt . . . and of desire.
Indeed, far from the typical light-skirt, Hannah had a ready wit, a wicked tongue, and the most wondrous gray eyes. And although she concealed her real past, she couldn't disguise her unbending pride or her attraction to the scoundrel who offered a small fortune to transform her into a smooth-tongued beauty. The charade could cause a scandal and, worse, break her heart . . . especially if Hannah forgot that this was merely a masquerade.