She thought she was the luckiest woman in London . . .
Surviving on a seamstress' income and a steady stream of fantasies, Prudence Bosworth has always longed for love and romance. Then she inherits a fortune from the father she's never seen, with the stipulation that she wed in one year. Prudence is determined to marry for true love, and after seeing firsthand the splendid chivalry of a certain duke, only one man will do . . .
Rhys de Winter, the Duke of St. Cyres, hides his cynicism behind a quick wit and an even quicker smile. He must marry an heiress, and as luck would have it, the pretty little seamstress-turned-heiress is exactly what he needs. But he never expected to fall for Prudence, and when his shocking deception is revealed, he will stop at nothing to win her back . . . even if it means renouncing every last one of his wicked ways.
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I do not recommend and here is in my opinion why: Not plausible, chubby semstress, georgous noble, who is very broke and a bum deluxe, so to me his character is very flawed, and they the semstress is all of a sudden a million-heiress. How real can that be and then he loves her all of a sudden. And she thought he did not know she was rich when everyone and I mean everyone else know. Not believeable on any level.