A Proper Taming
Frustrated by his huge size, unpolished manners, and attempts by his invalid mother to marry him off, the giant Earl of Doncaster, Lord Connor Dewhurst, appeals to his mother's companion, Portia Haverall, for help with his social graces. Original.
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