To set things right, she has to be very wrong…
No one is more shocked than Daniel Carlyle when his father’s second cousin and his son die on the same day. Without the foggiest notion how to be a viscount, Daniel gratefully accepts the guidance of a prominent earl. His new role doesn’t seem too difficult, especially when he meets a lovely young woman he intends to make his viscountess. Until he catches her stealing from his mentor.
The moment Jocelyn Renwick glimpses her family’s stolen heirlooms in the possession of a wealthy earl, she demands their return. He dismissively insists they’ve been in his family for generations, and she privately vows to get them back at any cost. But the law-abiding Lord Carlye foils her plans, and she reluctantly partners with him to solve the theft of her property. Now Jocelyn must decide if justice for her family is worth risking a chance at love.
Couldn't put it down!!
This really is a great book!! The characters are interesting as is the storyline. Didn't expect the ending - which was refreshing as I often can figure the end out quite early on in the book. It was a joy to read.