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Jessica McGale’s family business desperately needs investors, and she’s determined to succeed at any cost. But she knows London’s elite will never look twice at a humble farm girl like herself. Posing as 'Lady Whitfield', however, places her in the orbit of wealthy, powerful people - most notably the duke of Rotherby. His influence and support could save her company, but Jess never expected the effect he’d have on her.

Society thinks Noel is a notorious, carefree duke who dabbles in investments, but there’s a side to him that only his closest friends see. When he crosses paths with Lady Whitfield at a business bazaar, his world tilts on its axis. She’s brilliant and compelling and brings him to his knees like no woman has before. Trust is difficult for Noel, but Jess makes him believe anything is possible....

As time ticks down on her Cinderella scheme, the thought of achieving her goal at Noel’s expense breaks Jess’ heart. He doesn’t just want her now, he wants her forever. But will her secret end their future before it begins?

©2020 Eva Leigh (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers

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Disappointing narration

The narration was disappointing. The male voices and the Scottish accent were particularly poor. The story itself was not up to the usual standard of Eva Leigh.