A Magical Romance . . .
Plain, practical Anne Willowby would become mistress of one of the grandest Palladian houses in England when she married Gervase Mowbray, the new Duke of Wroxford, whom she had never met. His late father made the betrothal a condition of his wastrel son's inheritance; for Anne, it assured her family of keeping their home on the duke's estate. But Anne secretly dreaded the loveless marriage. So did Gervase, who, utterly appalled, fled England on an Italian holiday.
Upon his return, Gervase was a changed man. No one dreamed that, addled by wine, the arrogant heir had run afoul of the god Bacchus himself. Only Anne could lift the enchanted spell that now held Gervase captive. All she had to do was declare her love for him -- without knowing his identity. With a mischievous faun to keep tabs on him, a desperate Gervase sets out to win Anne's heart in a manner a-sparkle with merriment and moonbeams . . . and the transforming power of love.