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A sweeping historical romance from the New York Times bestselling author of The Decadent Duke.
Lady Louisa scoffed when Lord Abercorn of Ireland first asked for her hand. She will be the mistress of her own destiny and no man can change that. As the greatest young beauty in all of England, she is pursued by every titled bachelor in the land, and refuses everyone, including the Irish lord. But a family scandal soon throws Louisa reluctantly into his arms, bringing consequences she never expected.
In this sweeping historical romance from the "New York Times"-bestselling author of "The Decadent Duke," a family scandal throws Louisa reluctantly into the arms of Lord Abercorn of Ireland, bringing consequences she never expected.
Lady Louisa, young daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Bedford, scoffs when Lord Abercorn of Ireland, a child himself, first asks for her hand. And when a fortune-teller predicts she will know an intense and lifelong love, Louisa scoffs again: she will be the mistress of her own destiny. But James Hamilton, heir to the Irish Abercorn dynasty, continues to yearn for the elusive Lady Louisa. And a family scandal throws her reluctantly into his arms . . .