DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE . . .
Miss Faith Hamilton was sent from America to England to find a proper husband among the cream of the upper-class crop. But the beautiful Miss Hamilton had her own notion of what she sought: freedom from the wants and whims of any man, and from the enslavement that amorous enticement would surely breed.
For Lord Barnabas Deal society's most renowned rake, Faith was a quarry he could not resist . . .
For the elegant and witty Earl of Methley whose mountain of debts was as towering as his august title, the American heiress was the ideal answer to both his financial and physical needs.
Never was a young lady courted by two such seductive suitors - and never was a young lady so determined not to surrender . . .