When does proper behavior deserve a deliciously improper reward?
The scandalously unmarried Lady Margaret Sawford is looking for adventure—and is always up for a challenge. Her curiosity is aroused by a dangerous-looking stranger with an eye patch, an ideal companion for the life she longs for, no matter what Society might say. So when the piratical gentleman turns out to be a duke—and just as boringly proper as any other nobleman—she can't help but incite him to walk on the wild side.
Well-heeled, well-mannered, and well beyond any interest in society's expectations, the Duke of Lasham is tired of being perfect. Margaret's lush beauty and gently laughing eyes are an irresistible temptation to embrace the imperfect—and her. But if a little misbehavior is appealing, unleashing his wild side is completely seductive—as long as the lovely Margaret is the object of his passion…
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Margaret strode up the stairs to the National Gallery at just past ten o’clock, hoping and also not hoping to find the duke there. It wasn’t as though there could be anything—not even friendship—between them. She was a notorious author of dramatic serials, who’d caused a scandal by refusing to marry someone and revealing herself as the notorious author in question at the same time. He—he was a duke. A proper duke, one who did what he was supposed to, and never did anything wrong.
He was invited to things because of his title, not because there was even the slightest chance he would do something shocking.