A Country Miss
With eight siblings and a bankrupt estate, Jane Segwick happily accepted her aunt's invitation to a London Season. Here was a chance to find a wealthy husband and get them out of the suds. But Jane's blunt country ways were considered hoydenish by the glittering ton. Then along came the very attractive Lord Glendale.
A Lovesick Lord
Lady Barton's pointed mention of Jane instantly set off warning bells in Glendale's head. Until he found himself amused by her frank manner and utterly charmed by her freshness. So though he was not in the market for a wife, he wagered that within the month Jane could be brought into fashion.
A Romance Meant To Be
Glendale's plan succeeded only to well. Jane blossomed into the most desirable young lady of the ton -- and desired by none other than the nobleman himself! Now he was about to take the biggest risk of all -- and gamble his heart in a challenging game of true love.