A Rag-Mannered Rogue
Setting out for London to look into the state of her pending inheritance, Miss Theresa Hamstead finds herself stranded at a roadside inn where she is denied a room--until well-heeled but arrogant Lord Nicholas Cathgar secures her accommodation. Infuriated at his brusqueness, Tessie is however intrigued when she spies him creeping about. But romance is not on his agenda--not yet.
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