Words of Passion
In high society circles, Lady Augusta Hadley is expected to act demure and look pretty for the wife- seeking lords of the ton. To express her political views without fear of being ostracized, she pens editorials under the name "Firebrand" – but despite her efforts to conform, her brash personality has made her a pariah among gentlemen . . . especially with the Earl of Sheffield.
Bored with the frivolous lifestyle of a notorious rake, Sheffield takes to politics and speaks of the country's social ills in Parliament. Encouraged by the words of the "Firebrand," he begins a correspondence, creating a close friendship with the mysterious writer. But how would Sheffield react if he knew that "Firebrand" was actually Augusta – a woman whose personality not only infuriates him, but arouses his ire with a passion he never believed he'd find?