A Bartered Bride
Clarissa St. Miniver was no blushing bride when she exchanged wedding vows with Viscount Wrackham. She was a proud young woman coolly grasping a golden opportunity — to pay back the man who had betrayed her love and pay off her father's ruinous gambling debts. Marriage to the wealthy, suave Wrackham was strictly a business arrangement for both partners. Clarissa needed a fortune and Wrackham needed a wife, preferably a beautiful, spirited one.
A Winning Wife
Clarissa played her role as Lady Wrackham to perfection, until Sir Francis Carlton, her husband's unscrupulous half-brother, used her to fuel their bitter feud. To her surprise Clarissa was stirred by more than loyalty to Wrackham. She had never expected to lose her heart again — especially to the man who married her not for love but for convenience.