Ariadne Caswell-Drake had little choice when she wed Sir Iden Peverell. She was an inexperienced chit of a girl, he was a very experienced man of the world, and two nights alone with him on a lonely Greek isle was enough to make marriage a necessary step back from the brink of scandal.
But that was two years ago, Ariadne was now a woman not a girl, and the whirligig world of London society offered her a far more attractive partner than Sir Iden in the divine and devoted form of Sir Robert Heath.
When Sir Iden returned from distant parts to claim Ariadne as his wife, he clearly was due for a surprise. But when Ariadne set out to defy her husband, who had always gotten any woman he wanted, so was she!