Miss Sarah Marlowe was far too beautiful and bold for her own good name. She dared test her gambling skill against the handsome, notorious Captain Charles Kendall, with far more than money at stake. She dared stir in the haughty Marquess of Lisle a desire that demanded satisfaction. And she dared court the wrath of the domineering Lord Dominic Ravensby, who vowed to teach this insolent innocent the folly of her ways.
Miss Marlowe's unblushing beauty was most certainly bringing her to the brink of ruin. The only question was: might it possibly lead her to love?