Rewritten and re-released under title:
"The Whispering Rocks."
Date: June 2005 . . . ISBN: 0451215605 . . .
Publisher: Signet Regency Romance
SHE REFUSED TO BE A BARTERED BRIDE . . . AND BECAME A CAPTIVE IN AN ARISTOCRATIC CAGE . . .
To some, the great manor of Mannerby might have seemed a lovely country retreat. To beautiful Sarah Jane Stratford, it was a hateful prison to which she had been consigned for the crime of spurning the odious boor whom her noble father had ignobly chosen to be her husband.
Always close at hand was her captor, the infuriatingly arrogant Paul Ransome, who clearly believed every scandalous rumor about Sarah Jane. Frustratingly far away was the handsome, gallant Jack Holland, to whom Sarah Jane was eager to give her hand, her good name, and anything else he chose to desire.
Sarah Jane vowed to brook no obstacle of social censure nor pitfall of prudish propriety on her path to true love -- only to discover what sinister snares passion could set, and how treacherous a guide the heart could be . . .