Lady Abigail Lacey has jilted by her fiancee who eloped with another woman. Now she is the laughingstock of the ton. Her brother, the Duke of Manchester, is desperate to rescue her damaged reputation by marrying her off quickly. When his long-time friend, Rector Joseph Fox, calls on him to seek a donation for a school, Manchester seizes upon the opportunity to arrange a marriage between Joseph and Abigail.
This was a well written, engrossing novel that I didn't want to end. Abigail and Joseph are very strong characters and make this story very appealing. I thought that the villain was also well written. I just wish that the villain would have gotten the punishment suited to attempting to kill Abigail several times.
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