THE LADY AND THE LIGHTSKIRT . . .
Lovely young Linnet Carlisle was a lady to her fingertips. Totally innocent of impropriety and an heiress as well, she was a model future bride in the London marriage mart.
Judith Jordan was her absolute opposite. Stunningly sensual from hear to toe, she was the most sought after courtesan in the city.
But when she lay claim to handsome Lord Nicholas Fenton, stealing away the man who had stolen Linnet's heart . . . and then launched a campaign to make Linnet the laughingstock of society . . . Linnet did what no lady would dream of - and only a woman in love would dare to chance . . .