A Lady's Penultimate Predicament . . . Grace Penworth could not sing or play the pianoforte, embroider or paint. In despair, her parents dispatched her to London for the Season. What the Vicar Penworth and his wife didn't know was that Grace did have a talent . . . for writing! Her book attacking the idle upper classes was about to be printed, and a London trip would allow her to meet with her publisher.
But her coach's collision with another carriage flung her into a meeting of a different kind - with the handsome Duke of Standen. Grace was prepared to lambast him, to upbraid him, surely to feel no tendre for him. But cupid's arrow had hit its mark. The Duke was afire, Grace was aflutter, and romance was blossoming . . . until her secret scribbling created a scandal that could erase their future from the book of love!