An Immodest Proposal
Lady Harriet Egerton had reason to be shocked when the devastatingly handsome Earl of Kimbalton, Giles Montague asked her to wed. He frankly admitted that love played no part in his proposal. All he wanted of her was the good sense to leave him free to pursue pleasure beyond the marriage bed.
On the other hand, Harriet had good reason to say yes. The wealthy lord promised her the means to cultivate her passion for peace, quiet and horticultural perfection. Even better, he assured her that she need not fear his amorous attentions. But could Harriet trust the pledge of a man who thought nothing of breaking a marriage vow? And even worse, once she was on the garden path of temptation, could she trust herself?