TORN BETWEEN GOOD SENSE -- AND HER SENSES . . .
At the age of twenty-five, Lady Georgina Spalding was too old to play the girlish fool in love -- yet too young not to respond to the shocking but undeniably arousing advances of the handsome visitor from Virginia, David Linwood. This irrepressible American plantation owner mocked all manners in his pursuit of the lovely, still youthfully inexperienced widow.
Georgina could flee into safe if stifling wedlock with the proper and pompous Lord Teddy Waring. Or she could turn to the elegantly notorious heartbreaker, Lord Robert Holland, who at least played the game of romance by the strictest Regency rules. Or she could stand on her pride to prove that a lady born and bred was more than a match for a man who was everything except a gentleman . . .