A Match for Lady Constance
It seems to be a mystery why Lady Constance Hatton is still not married. She has beauty, a generous dowry, and an impressive family name to recommend her. Her mother fears Constance will soon - gasp! - be relegated to the shelf. However, Lady Constance is in no hurry to wed. She has exacting requirements for a husband and intends to marry only when she finds the perfect gentleman-one that is worthy. She delights in her ability to control her own destiny. Until an encounter with a shadowy emigre, that is. Constance is certain that she can gracefully extricate herself from an unwanted engagement, while at the same time find a suitable mate for her friend and protect her innocent maid from the wiles of a sophisticated Frenchman. But can she protect her own heart from the attractions of her mysterious fiance?"
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