Lovely, auburn-haired Georgina Fitzhardinge knew what was expected of her when the Earl of Trowbridge proposed:
Society expected her to revel in the respectability of this superbly suitable match.
Her family expected her to use the Earl's fortune to give them the help they badly needed and fervently desired.
The Earl himself expected her to be a charming hostess, an efficient household manager, and, in time, to produce an heir to his title and estates.
But when Georgina became the Earl's wife, it soon became dismayingly apparent that this handsome, virile, worldly man wanted far more than she ever expected to give, and Georgina would have only herself to blame if she didn't make it perfectly clear to lordly husband that she had her own list of expectations - some of which might very well conflict with his...
Great regency romance from Signet Regency. More contemporary than most in its exploration of what happened when an inexperienced, untutored bride's was initiated into marriage. Underlying them of how little we know our mates before marriage.