Desperate circumstances force a willful Regency heiress to become a servant at a grand country estate, where she finds herself in the employ of the nobleman she once scorned With all of London at her feet, Sophie Barrington could have any man she desires. But the pampered heiress is in love with the foppish Julian, Lord Oxley, and is completely uninterested in the man her family is pressuring her to wed—Nicholas Somerville, the wealthy Earl of Lyndhurst. Then she discovers why her family is so set on Nicholas: She's penniless. She must either marry the odious Lord Lyndhurst or face debtor's prison. A clever scheme to save herself erupts in scandal, forcing her to flee town. Nicholas always imagined that the wife he chose would possess sense and sensibility. Instead, he finds himself courting a spoiled society chit who's far too beautiful for her own good. When Sophie publicly humiliates him, Nicholas returns to his ancestral manor to regroup. There he discovers that the newest servant at Hawksbury Manor is the object of his desire—and mortification—and he plots to pay her back. Witty, sensual, and filled with powerful emotion, For All Eternity is romance at its most beguiling.