Why does Anton, Lord Raith, need to advertise for a wife? As she walks down the marriage aisle toward this stranger, Rosina Charlton feels her pulse race at the very question. But the truth is revealed as her new husband turns to face her-- a cruel scar disfigures Anton's otherwise handsome features. He believes no woman of social standing would ever agree to marry a man like him, so he's convinced penniless, orphaned Rosina to become his bride. Can Rosina change the mind of this embittered man who wants a marriage based on convenience alone...?