Over a year has passed . . .
And Eleanor Easton has not forgiven her former fiancé for breaking her heart. She should have known the Duke of Beckworth was just like her father, a womanizing liar. But she’d trusted Beck. She’d loved him desperately. And now her father has done the unforgivable. He has died after making Beckworth the trustee of Eleanor’s annuity. Now she must beg the duke for money whenever she is in need of funds.
Beckworth intends to win her back . . .
Eleanor Easton is the love of Beckworth’s life. And now that she is back in England, he will do whatever it takes to make her his bride, exactly as they’d planned a year ago. But Eleanor still believes the lies Lord Weatherby told about him, and she despises him for what she believes he did. Beckworth knows it’s going to take some creative wooing and a bit of intrigue to win Eleanor back and expose Weatherby for the scoundrel he is. But Beck is definitely up to the task.