In Margaret Astell's opinion, the Earl of Pardo was overbearing, conceited, and disconcertingly handsome. What business did he have meddling in the affairs of a respectable widow? As far as the earl was concerned, he was saving his dashing, romantically inclined heir from the fortune-hunting snares of Mrs. Astell's pretty daughter. But when that affair was resolved to his satisfaction, he still found cause to take an interest in the Astell family. His reason would have surprised the suave earl himself--he had fallen in love.
|Publisher:||Walker & Company|
|Product dimensions:||5.88(w) x 8.59(h) x 0.82(d)|