A Lady in a Cab . . .
The street was dark, the assailants deadly, and Justin Mayhew, the priggish, proper, and utterly respectable Earl of Stonegate, was grateful to the young London cabbie who saved his life. Then he discovered that his cockney rescuer was a lady! Worse, she was Lady Melanie Baxter, the distant cousin to whom he had been betrothed as a child.
A Lord in a Tizzy
Penniless, orphaned, and very much her own woman, Melanie prided herself on her resilient, independent spirit. Yet suddenly she was being lorded over by this domineering earl, who, in turn, felt duty-bound to deck her out in finery and bring her out in society. Melanie felt equally duty-bound to find the scheming villain who wanted Justin dead. Soon sparks were flying and tempers flaring. But two hearts would soon be breaking . . . unless Justin chose passion over propriety, eluded a dangerous enemy, and told the ton to be damned — he would marry his unconventional fiancée . . . and do it for love!