The Accusing Earl . . . The handsome, wealthy, and iron-willed Earl of Roxbury made two major mistakes when he stormed into Miss Philippa Mayhew's drawing room and accused her of seeking to wed his youthful nephew Julian for his fortune.
First: it was Philippa's younger sister, Diana, who was deeply in love with Julian. Second: Philippa was the last woman in the world to he intimidated by Roxbury's threats.
If Roxbury thought her a female who would stop at nothing to gain her ends, Philippa was more than willing to prove him right By fair means or foul, she would bring the high and mighty earl to his knees – either to beg for mercy or plead for love! Characters: Earl of Roxbury and Miss Philippa Mayhew