Reissued by Signet, January 2006, in one volume with "A Rake's Ransom."
SPOILED AND UNGOVERNED, FITZ WAS NOT SUITABLE COMPANION FOR A LADY OF FASHION.
And certainly no proper chaperon. Fitz begged to disagree -- after all, a dog was a true incomparable as far as friendship, loyalty, and protection -- and soon lovely Miss Sonia was plucked by her rusticated roots and packed off, dog and all, to London. Perhaps there she would find a husband to tame her free-spirited ways -- and keep her out of trouble.
Sonia, however, always had a soft spot for the underdog, and Darius Conover was such a fellow. Scorned by society for a scandalous deed, Conover was not redeemed even by his heroics in battle. Until he met Sonia and Fitz, two passionate souls undaunted by even the most odious circumstances -- and decidedly determined to undo the shackles binding his heart.