The son of a Duke finds himself in a race against time - his freedom hanging in the balance. Can he find a husband for a stubborn woman who doesn’t want to marry? If not, he might be forced to marry her himself.
When Allison and Fitz are discovered together alone in a greenhouse, Allison’s reputation is threatened, and Fitz learns that Allison is not just another lady but is the sister-in-law of his closest friend. Using his wealth and power, Fitz hopes to avoid a union and salvage her reputation by silencing the witnesses. Unfortunately, one of the witnesses is Allison’s uncle and he wishes to see his niece marry.
Fitz suggests that rather than marry Allison himself, he will introduce her to a series of eligible bachelors so she can pick her own husband. The uncle agrees, provided a groom is found before he returns from a trip he’s taking to Ireland. Unfortunately, Allison does not want to get married.
Will Fitz's plan work, will Allison secure her independence, or will these two find themselves in love?
Set in regency era England, The Duke and The Damsel is the second standalone novel in the sweet romantic series, Pathways to Romance.