Sir Andrew Grantley had saved Beth's life when he reined in her startled runaway horses. He was handsome, charming, and when his blue eyes met her own amber ones, Beth Merridew had instantly fallen in love.
But Sir Andrew's family had fallen on hard times. His father had left gambling debts that had drained his estate. Society new regarded Andrew as a pauper, a bearer of his father's bad blood. Bad blood - that's what the gossips had said Beth had inherited from her mother. Even in misfortune, Andrew and Beth had a bond. Surely two so suited deserved to become one - though Charles Carrington, the suitor Beth's aunt had foisted upon her, schemed to keep the lovers apart.
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#09 in Caroline Courtney Series