DANGEROUS BUSINESS . . .
A proper young lady did not go into trade. But was what Susannah Garland to do, when she had only her dressmaking skill to keep her from the streets?
A proper young lady did not enter into partnership with a notorious seducer like Sir Jeffrey Stratton. But what was Susannah to do, when she desperately needed his aid to open her establishment?
And, above all, a proper young lady did not listen to the wooing of another lady's husband. But what was Susannah to do, when Miles Devereaux, the young lord she long had adored, asked her to help him forget his mockery of a marriage?
Susannah had to learn the price of making a profit in business . . . and the high cost of falling in love.