What was the point in having beauty and wealth if one couldn't do what one wanted because of one's gender? Angelica didn't know, but she planned on overcoming it. Suffragette and debutante, the Boston Blunderbuss -- as she'd been dubbed by the English lords she'd been sent to marry -- had nothing if not will.
Lord William Claridge had a wont to gamble and enjoyed training Thoroughbreds, but his older brother had tightened the family's purse strings. Strapped for cash, the handsome rake decided to resort to the unthinkable: Marry. For money. But when his mark turned out to be a more spirited filly than he had ever before saddled, he felt his heart bucking wildly. Suddenly, much more was on the line than his pocketbook. And the answer still came down to...
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