From the first glance, Viscount Thurston was dazzled by Eleanor. He pursued her relentlessly until she carried his name. But Louis didn’t bargain on a wife with a willful disregard for rules. A woman didn’t wade into streams to save cattle, or galivant about an estate unaccompanied. However, their marriage was perfect in one way—sensual harmony. But is that enough to assure a lifetime of happiness?