Christianna St. Sebastien has always fantasized about marrying a wealthy nobleman who can pay for her luxurious life in Marie Antoinette's court. But revolution dashes her hopes and sends her fleeing to an English farmhouse far from proper society. And the penniless girl's nightmare is made complete by the amorous advances of a farmer - a man who looks like a Roman god, but acts like a common peasant.
Rude, snobbish, and affected, Christianna is everything Gareth Larkin despises. And he would refuse to have anything to do with her - but she's the most breathtaking creature he's ever beheld. Determined to steal the beautiful aristocrat's heart, Gareth sets out to teach her that the length of a man's title and the size of his fortune are not necessarily his most important assets.
This paperback is in very good condition with light spine creases, a store sticker and a reader's crease.