Lady Grace Mabry has gone from gawky to graceful, and asks Lovingdon to assist her in determining which of her many eager suitors would make a loving husband. He, of course, despises them all; they're after her fortune, they're debauched (and who should know better?), they're bankrupt. None will suit. Lovingdon, repressing his attraction for the risk-taking, cigar-smoking, gambling young temptress, finally agrees to tutor Grace in what to look for in a prospective husband. But Grace has a secret she can only share with the man she will marry. And she wants it to be Lovingdon. This is a book you may have to read in one delicious sitting. A 5. The sex is a 2+, all appropriate (and not absurd or abusive, which you can easily find in some other romance novels).
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