It was the worst winter in London's history . . . . . . and the worst dilemma in Meg's. Fiery Lady Margaret Underwood thoroughly enjoyed being single and the toast of the ton. But Lady Meg also enjoyed being immensely wealthy, and by the terms of the late Earl of Barringham's will, she would soon have to marry or give up her fortune.
Then she found herself challenged by a man as stubbornly devoted to his bachelorhood as she was to her own willful ways . . .