An ingenious scheme. Sabrina had come to London incognito on a fortune hunt. Disguised as a Hungarian countess, the young widow meant to secure the ten thousand pounds her brother needed to pay a gambling debt. His debtor was that notorious ladies' man, Lord Jareth Tremayne, the self-same scoundrel who had introduced her innocent sibling to the gambling tables--and he would make a perfect, most deserving victim for her ingenious schemes. If, that is, she did not become her own worst victim. For the devilish artistocrat was an expert at gambling. And he always played to win.