He had been tricked into marriage by his reckless ardors. Now the most glamorous and daring nobleman in England was tied to a drab and colorless governess. She could bring him nothing but shame and ridicule.
As he looked at the prim little figure beside him in the carriage, some decency compelled him to say: "I"m sorry, Druscilla. I should not have dragged you into this."
"There is no need to be sorry for me," she replied. "You have given me something I have waited for a long time."
"What is that?" he asked.
"The chance to become an adventuress!"
Would her adventures - bizarre and dangerous as they proved to be - bring her the security she longed for, the love that would ease her starving heart?
This paperback book is in good condition with spine creases, some cover wear & tear, and a reader's crease.