Miss Eliza Austerleigh was a retiring young lady, living quietly on her country estate. She knew all too well what manner of man Lord Edward Seaton was--one in whose dangerously handsome and powerful presence she felt vulnerable. Would she credit the London gossip about his evil reputation or not? Original Regency romance.
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