- Publisher: Random House Inc
- Format: Paperback | 419 pages
- Dimensions: 112mm x 175mm x 33mm | 227g
- Publication date: 1 April 2009
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 0440244234
- ISBN 13: 9780440244233
- Sales rank: 26,366
"New York Times "bestselling author Mary Balogh sweeps us back in time to an age of scandal and glittering society and brings to life an extraordinary family: the daring, passionate Huxtables. Katherine, the youngest sister and society s most ravishing innocent is about to turn the tables on the irresistible rakehell sworn to seduce her, body and soul.... In a night of drunken revelry, Jasper Finley, Baron Montford, gambles his reputation as London s most notorious lover on one woman. His challenge? To seduce the exquisite, virtuous Katherine Huxtable within a fortnight. But when his best-laid plans go awry, Jasper devises a wager of his own. For Katherine, already wildly attracted to him, Jasper s offer is irresistible: to make London s most dangerous rake fall in love with her. Then Jasper suddenly ups the ante. Katherine knows she should refuse. But with scandal brewing and her reputation in jeopardy, she reluctantly agrees to become his wife. Now, as passion ignites, the seduction really begins. And this time the prize is nothing less than "both "their hearts. "
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Mary Balogh is the "New York Times" bestselling author of the acclaimed Slightly novels: Slightly Married, Slightly Wicked, Slightly Scandalous, Slightly Tempted, Slightly Sinful," " and Slightly Dangerous," " as well as the romances No Man s Mistress, More than a Mistress," "and One Night for Love."" She is also the author of Simply Love, Simply Unforgettable, Simply Magic," " and Simply Perfect," " her dazzling quartet of novels set at Miss Martin's School for Girls. A former teacher herself, she grew up in Wales and now lives in Canada."
"Exquisite sexual chemistry permeates this charmingly complex story that seamlessly interweaves family issues with the far-reaching effects of scandal." --"Library Journal "