Jack Faraday, the Marquis of Dansbury, is a jaded aristocrat with a reputation full of scandal and debaunchery, so when he is tricked into going to Almack's one evening, he is suprised to find the most enchanting woman he has ever seen. Lillith Benton is a debutante trying to bring respectability back to her family name, after her mother had cleared the family name years before, so when Jack speaks to her at Almack's, she decides to give the rogue the cut direct, informing him his reputation is too scandalous for her to associate with. Jack is furious with the Ice Queen's treatment of him, and decides to make every effort to seduce her from that moment onward.
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As Jack befriends Lillith's brother, he uses their friendship to his advantage, constantly showing up and surprising Lillith at the most unexpected times One morning Jack drops by, looking for a missing glove, only to find Lillith stuck beneath the deceased form of her father's suitor for her, an elderly Duke. Jack helps her remove the old Duke's body and saves her from scandal, only to find himself implicated in the old man's death due the old animosity between the Duke's family and his own.
Meanwhile, Lillith begins to open up to Jack and finds of all the people in her life, he is the most trustworthy, but her scheming and bitter father decides to spike in their romance. As the two fight against the new Duke's machinations, they find themselves falling hopelessly in love, only the their path to happiness is riddled with treacherous schemes and plots that try to squash their love.
The review of this Book prepared by Angel Manners