A Most Maddening Mate . . .
Nicholas Beauchamp, the Earl of Winslow, was baffled by Margarita's infernally inconvenient anger.
True, he still visited his mistress, Catherine Alnwick, whenever his fancy dictated. True, he still availed himself of the fabled favors of the ravishing Lady Eleanor Rushton, who certainly never let her marriage vows interfere with her pleasures . . .
But Margarita should be able to see that as his wife she still possessed the best part of him, and be satisfied with the bargain.
Unfortunately, Margarita had so very much to learn about the ways of the world -- and even more to teach the imperious earl about the secrets of the heart . . .