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It is a scandal whispered around London that follows willfully wild Lady Beatrix Lennox. However, Beatrix sees no reason not to go after what - and whom - she wishes. And she wants Stephen Fairfax-Lacy, the handsome Earl of Spade.

Beatrix couldn't be more different from the Earl's ideal future bride, but she brings out the wildness in him. She may be used to being on top in affairs of the heart, but that will soon change....

©2004 Eloisa James (P)2012 HarperCollins Publishers Ltd

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Praise for the author: "Smart heroines, sensual heroes, witty repartee and a penchant for delicious romance, readers will be hooked from beginning to end." ( Book Reviews)

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My favourite Eloisa novel ever.

Several character arcs interweave skilfully in this delightful narrative. Justine Eyre has the perfect delivery and the characters are wonderfully flawed, which makes them effortlessly believable. My favourite Eloisa novel ever, how I missed this one I'll never know, but so glad I finally found it!