The Seductive Mr. Smith
Catherine Meade swiftly sensed she could not trust the stranger who rudely thrust himself into her home and into, her life. He was roughly dressed, but spoke in the accents of an aristocrat. He knew all there was to know of a woman's weaknesses, yet claimed to know nothing of his own past. He called himself John Smith, but to Catherine his name was temptation.
If Catherine did not think well of the mysterious Mr. Smith from the first, her opinion only grew worse. It became clear his secrets were scandalous, and his nightly trips to London questionable indeed. But even as she exposed one infamy after another about this man who lied as smoothly as he kissed, she found that it was not only his tongue she could not trust — it was her heart!