ONE BETRAYAL SHOULD HAVE BEEN ENOUGH
Enchantingly lovely Laura Dalwood was little more than a girl when she was given in marriage to a man whose glittering wealth concealed a dark secret revealed to her only on her wedding night.
Now her husband's death had freed her from that odious union-and Laura vowed never to make so grievous an error again.
But how could she reject the handsome and brilliant Mark Cheney, Earl of Dartmouth, when his proposal was one that no young woman of sense or sensibility could rightly decline?
And what could she do when, as his bride, he carried her over the threshold to allow her to discover just how much she could love a man-and then, to her distress, just how much she could fear him...