What a wonderful story!!! I absolutely loved it. First, let me say that Ms. Taylor handled a delicate situation beautifully. From the synopsis, we know that Rebecca has been hurt in one of the worst ways possible. Daniel, a handsome rake, steps in as her protector. The love, patience and understanding he handles her with is admirable. I want my own Daniel. LOL But seriously, I cried at some parts, knowing the pain Rebecca dealt with and the frustration Daniel went through. I laughed at the egos and male posturing later on in the story. And, not to mention Rebecca's innocence and curiousity that had Daniel lost for words at times.
I have to say that I truly loved this story. I highly recommend this book!
When Lady Rebecca Eversley is left ravished by the Earl of Newthorpe and facing ruination, she has the choice to point her pretty little nose in the air and face the gossips of the Ton or scurry off to the country to live out her life as an old maid. When she meets Lord Daniel Ramsey, a notorious rake, she decides on the former course of action.
Daniel has been given an ultimatum, marry before his father dies or lose the majority of his inheritance money. Rebecca seems the perfect candidate, especially once rumours about her start to circulate in the drawing rooms of Mayfair.
When Newthorpe is found dead on the morning of their wedding, the people they care about find themselves suspects in the case. Who murdered Newthorpe and can Rebecca ever get over what he did to her?