THE LIBERTINE LORD . . . AND THE LADY
Lord Joscelin Kidd, Marquess of Severne, was the handsomest and most charming nobleman in London - and the most notorious. Not only had he been divorced under shocking circumstances from a young and innocent bride, but since that disastrous event he had shown no scruples - and met no refusal - in conquering beauty after beauty.
The lovely Lady Leonora Talwin had heard all the stories about him and understood then only too well, having seen from her womanizing father's example how base and brutish men could be. Never, she vowed, would be fall victim to a rake like the scandalous Severne.
But if Leonora thought she knew all too much about men, she knew far too little about her own foolish heart to daunt this lord who feasted on such feminine frailties ...