great and funny book. Kept my attention throughout
Regency romance - Dina Moore convinces a young girl not to marry a feckless young man at Gretna Green, & is rewarded by marrying her brother (who is honor bound to marry her)Grant Turpin finds he is delighted with his new wife, but forces conspire against the. A rousing romp!
Dina Moore's only chance to caim her rightful inheritance before her ne'er-do-well brother gambles it away is to wed before she is twenty-five. But her scheme to marry a stranger in Scotland takes an interesting turn when she saves a naive young woman from a disastrous union with a fortune hunter-and earns the gratitude of the lady's elegant, handsome brother.
Grant Turpin is eternally in the debt of the captivating redhead who saved his noble family from disgrace. He did not, however, anticipate that Dina would request his matrimonial vows as a reward-a proposal the dashing man about town cannot honorably refuse. A wife is the last thing he wants, yet the delightful minx stirs his blood like no other woman has before. And strangely, the more independence Dina offers him, the less he desires it. Now it will take a special kind of seduction to turn this marriage of convenience into a true love match.