She Was Aghast At His Country Manners.
The Incomparable Lady Sarah, the darling of the ton, not only broke off her engagement to Ravenwich — that dreadful rake and libertine — but struck an even deadlier blow! During a visit to his country estate, the cad tried to have his way with her . . . until she hit him over the head, and fled into the night. Found disheveled and unconscious by the reclusive Earl of Grey, she was unrecognizable as the beautiful woman who had every man in London at her feet.
He as Appalled at Her City Ways.
Until she could devise a plan, Lady Sarah swooned into Lord Grey's arms and pretended to have lost her memory. She thought it should be easy to wrap a country gentleman around her finger without telling him her name. Unfortunately, the handsome lord thought her an absolute ninny! She was upsetting his servants, trying to teach him manners, and turning his household topsy turvy. They were a terrible match . . . and an irresistible combination. But trouble lay ahead, and soon the reluctant couple would be tested — by a lady's deception, a deadly duel, and a heartbreak only love could mend.