To save her village from utter ruin, sporting mad Kate draycott set out to we the wealthy poet, Lord Ashwell. In order to win him, the country spitfire masked her earthy nature with a patina of refinement. However, she was not prepared for Ashwells infuriating companion, Mr. Buckland. That handsome devil had seen her riding in the hunt in all her rustic glory, and had stolen a kiss in the woods and would not let her forget it. Hot tempered Kate vowed the handsome cur would not upset her marital strategem. But the lady would soon discover that nothing was quite what it seemed to be. Lord Ashwell had come to investigate the cloth mill he'd inherited. Thinking it wisest to travel incognito, he assumed the identy of one Mr. Buckland whilst a friend played Ashwell. Wary of fortune hunters, and a rogue at heart, Buckland-Ashland taunted Kate to a faretheewell until Cupid beat him at his own game.
Correct author is VALERIE (not Davidson) King.