By Julie Anne Long
Sabrina Fairleigh arrives at an specific state soiree with marriage in brain. How shocking-and intriguing-to detect her host is an notorious women' guy recognized for his indecent (and, ah, inspiring) poetry! They name him The Libertine, and his poetry is simply as scandalous-and irresistible-as he's. yet after one duel too many forces Rhys Gillray, Earl of Rawden, from full of life London to his state property, he is in determined want of a therapy for boredom. And the right kind yet attractive vicar's daughter sounds like the proper try out of his sensual talents. With wit and wiliness, Rhys strips away Sabrina's defenses. yet as he teaches her excitement, the emotional stakes in their sensual duel transcend whatever Rhys has ever identified. For deep in his prior lies the lacking clue to the crime that destroyed Sabrina's relations. And the entire Libertine's seductive secrets and techniques will not be sufficient to save lots of their destiny and their hearts.