AN ENCHANTING BEAUTY SHOCKS ALL OF REGENCY SOCIETY WHEN SHE WEDS A DASHING, ARISTOCRATIC RAKE -- IN NAME ONLY
"WITH THIS RAGE I DO THEE WED..."
Enchantingly beautiful Catherine Renwick had good cause to despise darkly handsome, insufferably arrogant James Pembroke, Earl of Allandale.
It was this deplorable man who on a night of wild debauchery caused Catherine to be abducted and brought to him at a country inn. It was he who took her virtue by force, and left her threatened with disgrace.
True, he now was willing to make amends by giving her his name in marriage. And equally true, she had no choice but to accept. But Catherine was sure that nothing in the world could erase her hatred for him or her horror of his embrace.
Catherine was an innocent no longer--yet she had so much to learn about love and the maddening deceptions of the heart....