An Imperfect Couple
Lord Vincent Yates is feeling quite peeved. Though the handsome aristocrat was born to a life of privilege, he’s hardly the superficial sort — and not one to take lightly the barbed comments about English aristocracy currently being aimed at his heart with witty, pointed accuracy by one Constance Locke, a thoroughly disagreeable Yankee. Moreover, the upstart of a girl has the audacity to burst out laughing when he trades insults with her. She is infuriating. Odd. Proud. Puritanical. And most definitely the most intoxicating woman he has ever tried to erase from his memory . . . to no avail. Though she claims to be engaged to another back in America, Vincent is determined to disarm the lady's pride by any means necessary!
A Perfect Match
Every bit of her hard-working, American blood boils at the thought of the idle, debauched English aristocracy. Yet Constance can’t deny that Lord Yates is everything she could ever want in a man — quick-witted, polite, and great fun. But young women are not supposed to marry for fun, and Constance is engaged to the sort of solid young American whose virtues she so champions at every gathering. If she were to fall to Vincent's insistent wooing, what would people say? How could she possibly allow herself to become part of the ton she relishes mocking? But when love and pride do battle, only one can be the victor.