Reissued by Signet, November 2004, in one volume with "Father Christmas."
SHE MADE A CHRISTMAS WISH FOR A CHARMING CAVALIER . . .
. . . AND MET THE MOST NOTORIOUS RAKE IN ENGLAND!
Though granddaughter to one of the ancient regime, Juneclaire Beaumont lived without complaint as a poor relation at Stanton Hall — until a family crisis sent her packing. But the road to London was not smooth, and she was compelled to take shelter in a stable with a handsome, scowling stranger whose curricle had been held up. A delicate situation, although he behaved in a most gentlemanly fashion.
The ton, however, would never believe it of the lordly rakehell Satan St. Cloud! He would preserve this madcap beauty's reputation . . . Damn it, for once duty would be pleasure!
But Juneclaire declined marriage solely for honor. She disappeared, leaving the imperious Earl of St. Cloud to spend the twelve days of Christmas on a neck-or-nothing ride to find her . . .