Honor's Players series - Book 2 It Was Not for Lack of Beauty . . . That Catherine was unwed rather for lack of concern; nonetheless, when she was invited to London to make her debut under the auspices of an aunt, Catherine's family insisted she go. In a pique, the saucy miss disguised herself to look every bit a lackluster as her distant relation supposed her to be, and she kept London in the dark about the fortune. But Catherine had not counted on the dashing Marquis of Stefton.
In fact, the nobleman knew she was an heiress . . . And he had his doubts about her curiously drab appearance. Wouldn't it be a lark, he mused, to gain the little wren entree into the most fashionable and prominent circles? And so two pretenders had set their traps – unaware that love was the precious prize!