His duty is to transform a saucy, green-eyed laundress into a proper lady. The ravishing Galway spitfire he discovers upon his arrival has a long way to go before she can enter society, but it takes no time at all for her to gain entrance to his heart. Instead of outfitting her as a proper heiress, Trent wishes to lay bare her creamy skin and show her all the improper ways to be a lady. The announcement of Callie O'Doule's true birthright leaves her as breathless as the tight corsets she is now forced to wear, and she rebels at the thought of being squeezed into something she is not. She knows rich dresses and expensive jewels can't disguise her spirit, but Trent's love has changed her deep inside until, rich or poor, all she wants is to be Lanigan's lady.