She Was Too Beautiful for Her Own Good Name . . .
If Miss Jessica Winslow's remarkable beauty was a blessing, it was one very much in disguise. Every man who saw her wanted to conquer her, and as a paid companion in an aristocratic household, her position was perilous as her pursuers were persistent.
There was eager Viscount Andrew Fitzgerald, too young to be taken seriously, but too old for puppy love, the Reverend Mr. Headley. as eminently eligible as he was perfectly boring, and the debauched Lord Alfred Marling, whose title gave his amorous appetite teeth.
But most dangerous of all was the magnificent Earl of Roxham, whom Jessica had to convince that she was made not for lust but for love.