Given the choice of wedlock or a debtor's cell, the dashing Nicholas, Viscount Torvil, agreed to marry a woman he had never met. Of course, he would continue his scandalous affaire with the flame-haired Cecile, Lady Montaigne.
Hadn't Katherine Harmon, bartered bride-to-be, overheard his plans for future infidelities before they were even wed? She would make him rue the day he bought his bride. . .and the night he tried to melt her with kisses. She was determined to do anything--but fall in love with the rake she had wed!