A hoyden plus Society's darling equals . . . a recipe for disaster?
Lady Eugenia Knight was the youngest of five, and the only daughter of a duke, so was it any wonder she was a hoyden? When she made her London debut, naturally Society-and the gossip columns-were fascinated with her. When her best friend and her brothers married, she was left to her own devices with an inattentive aunt and a childhood family friend as chaperones to navigate the perils of the ton.
Graham Tinsley, said childhood friend and neighbor, had returned from his diplomatic post to learn the duties of the family viscountcy. Yet, he spent most of his time in London enjoying Society during the Season. As the Knight brothers began to marry one by one at an alarming rate, he found himself squiring Eugenia about and rescuing her from one mishap after another.
When her ruination threatens, he finds he is perfectly willing to make the ultimate sacrifice. Yet what if Eugenia refuses to accept his gift?