New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Emily March brings her trademark blend of humor and passion to Victorian England in this engaging tale of luck, love, and laughter.
Every woman remembers her wedding night—even if she'd rather not. Sarah, Lady Weston, does her best to forget how her husband wooed, wed, and deserted her for duty's sake almost a decade ago. She is successful and content with her life in Fort Worth as a professional wedding designer. Yet, despite her usual attention to detail, she neglected one important thing. Sarah never had her marriage annulled. Isn't it just her bad luck that Nick now finds himself in need of a wife?
No red-blooded man would ever forget a wedding night like the one Nicholas, Lord Weston, endured. But his years as a secret agent in service to the Crown have taught him the value of patience. Now back in Britain, his sisters' weddings on the horizon, and haunted by a woman he never truly left behind, he is ready to tackle the most dangerous and daunting task of all—seducing his skeptical bride.
This is a full-length novel of approximately 100,000 words.