A Proper Bride . . .
After her aunt summons her to London for a visit, Priscilla Herbert can think of nothing but exploring the exciting streets and museums. She's in no hurry to meet the city's eligible suitors--even one as dashing as her aunt's neighbor Lord Latinier. But the eager earl's invitations come as such a pleasant surprise that she finds him impossible to resist.
Surrounded by disgraceful relatives who parade their scandalous behavior for all the ton's prattlers to disparage, Lord Latimer vows to wed the most proper girl he call find. And blue-eyed, blond-haired Priscilla seems to him the perfect candidate. But when he spots Priscilla at a rather ungraceful place, Lord Latimer must decide which matters more: Society's opinion or the love of a good woman.