SCANDAL WAS HER PROFESSION . . . No one at the Season's glittering soirees ever looked twice at the shy and retiring Lady Rhian Phillips. So how could they suspect that this most unprepossessing miss was actually eavesdropping on every tantalizing tidbit of gossip whispered by the ladies of the ton? In truth, the demure Lady Phillips was the anonymous editor of London's most scandalous and confidential society column... and her identity was society's best-kept secret.
LOVE WAS HIS . . . Viscount Pembroke, the dashing and irresistibly romantic novelist Rhian met at a literary salon, could expose her and bring her career to a resounding halt. To complicate matters further, Cupid's arrow had struck them both. What was a lady in love to do? Why, devise a novel plan of her own, of course . . . one in which she was the heroine in a story more real than any fiction.