AN EARL WITH FEMALE TROUBLE . . .
The ton called the handsome, irresistible Earl of Wright "Legion," because he had offered his aid to legions of ladies in distress. He had transformed his mistress from a Covent Garden guttersnipe into an elegant beauty, rescued his secretary from poverty, and given a young ward a home. Even his flibbertigibbet of a sister had managed to find herself in a scandalous situation.
NEEDS A LADY TO SAVE HIM!
The beleaguered earl longed to meet just one woman who was sweet, sensible, and in absolutely no danger at all . . . someone exactly like Eleanor Howard, the lovely vicar's daughter. How could he have known that an attempt to assassinate him would leave him wounded . . . and send the smitten Eleanor rushing to his aid? Or that one kiss from her tempting lips would send his own heart reeling?