No Female Stood a Chance Against the Charms of Lord Westbury.
Mathilda, Duchess of Uphaven, had reason to be alarmed. Her fifteen-year-old daughter was the object of attention from the notoriously handsome embodiment of every female's fantasy: Lord Westbury. Since scandal had shadowed Mattie's own life when she wed at sixteen, she vowed her daughter would not make the same mistake.
In truth, Lord Westbury's cursory call upon the schoolroom girl was all part of a lavish, underhanded plot to reclaim some land. But after one look at the lovely mother, his lordship began some scheming of his own.
William Norton, Viscount Westbury and Mathilda, Duchess of Uphaven