Miss Eleanor Southeran was reliably informed that independence of mind was not a desirable quality in a young lady. But, convinced that she could not love any of the fashionable fribbles of the Ton, Eleanor had so far evaded matrimony.
Meeting Mr. Jonas Guthrie, a forthright, coolly cynical gentleman, was a refreshing change—until the scandal that surrounded his name was revealed. Believing herself deceived about his character, Eleanor intended never to see him again. But Jonas had other plans for her….
by Sylvia Andrew
by Sylvia Halliday
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