They are masters of seduction, London's greatest lovers...
Renowned for his bedchamber prowess, Ransom Seymour, the Duke of Ainsley, owes a debt to a friend. But the payment expected is most shocking, even to an unrepentant rake -- for he's being asked to provide his friend's exquisite wife with what she most dearly covets: a child.
Living for pleasure, they will give their hearts to no one...
Lady Jayne Seymour, Marchioness of Walfort, is furious that such a scandalous agreement would be made. If she acquiesces, there must be rules: no kissing... and, certainly, no pleasure.
Until love takes them by surprise.
But unexpected things occur with the surprisingly tender duke -- especially once Lady Jayne discovers the rogue can make her dream again... and Ransom realizes he's found the one woman he truly cannot live without.
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This is a good story. A carriage accident and one man is paralized, the other not, leaving them both with guilty consciences.
Crippled Walfort's wife Jane hates Ainsley for his part in the accident. Jane desparately wants a child but Walfort can no longer consummate there marriage. He asks his friend Ainsley to do it for him.
The story is well told, although I have trouble believing Ainsley, No one is that perfect! There is another story in the book also, between Ainsley's mother and a younger man. Interesting.
Hope you enjoy this. I did. Kay Turner