The Attractive Opposites . . .
The last thing the stunningly beautiful young widow Gwendolyn Tarrant wanted was a new man in her life. Her brief marriage had shown her how chafing wedlock could be. And her betrayal by a worldly London rake had taught her more than she wanted to know about men and their lies.
The last thing the magnificently handsome Marquess of Warrick desired was another willing woman in his arms. This irresistible aristocrat was bored with his legion of easy conquests, and hungered for a challenge to his jaded senses.
In Gwendolyn Tarrant . . .
The Marquess found this prey perfect.
In Warrick . . .
Gwen found the kind of predator she despised. Thus the contest was on -- between a strong-willed beauty who vowed to be neither wife nor mistress and a practiced seducer who knew everything about a woman except how to take NO for an answer . . .