THE CRUELEST OF CHOICES . . .
The handsome, elegant, and wealthy Sir Sebastian Sheringham had seen only a miniature portrait of Bryony St. Charles when he selected her to be his bride. It was clear to her that this man who had everything he wanted, including the ravishing Countess of Lowndes as his mistress, wanted a wife only as a social convenience.
On the other hand, Sebastian's cousin and arch-rival, the dashing, devastatingly attractive Duke of Calborough, proposed that Bryony flout all social proprieties and surrender to his seductive charms.
One lord offered Bryony marriage without love . . . the other, love without marriage - and she had to decide whether she wanted one . . . or the other . . . or both . . .