The Mousy Miss Is Not What She Seems!
In the merry social whirl of Bath, Miss Elizabeth Compton was the perfect lady's companion: self-effacing and utterly forgettable. She'd simply perish if anyone uncovered her true identity as Lady Elizabeth Paxton, daughter of Britain's most notorious traitor! She knew her dear Papa was innocent, but the haut monde had condemned him. Now, she hid her dazzling beauty beneath a dowdy bonnet – which is what made James Lynchton's campaign to rind her a husband so difficult!
And Neither Is the Gentleman!
The illegitimate son of an earl, Lynchton despised the ton which had once scorned him. Though sworn never to marry, he'd find a match for the one woman he admired: sweet, honest Miss Compton. But as his parlor filled with hopeful swains Lynchton was filled with dismay. He was falling in love with her. As for Elizabeth, what choice had she? Must she lie once more, saying no to Lynchton's passion . . . even as her heart whispered yes?