They have nothing in common
Pretty, clever, and independently wealthy Margaret Bell lives just as she pleases in Regency Edinburgh's gracious New Town, until her indulgent uncle marries a pious widow with strict ideas about how a young lady ought to behave. Only marriage can offer an immediate escape.
Lord John Dunwoodie, rakish younger brother of the Marquess of Crieff, is at the end of his tether. A family quarrel has left him homeless and penniless, and the secrets of his past are catching up with him. Only marriage to a lady of fortune can save him.
With nothing in common but desperation, can Margaret and Lord John find love together?
Publisher's Note: This Regency romance contains elements of power exchange.
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