The Unladylike Lady . . .
No proper young lady would have run away to wed a foolhardy youth like Henry Coldwell. No proper young lady would have survived early widowhood with enough nerve intact to prove herself as brave as a man in war. No proper young lady would have returned to England to take society by storm while breaking all its rules.
But Lady Lucinde Coldwell was no proper young lady. Which won her everything she wanted until she met the upright, arrogant, irresistibly attractive Lord Anthony Mortimer, who tolerated no impropriety in a lady -- and turned Lucinde into a most desperately devious woman in love . . .