Eleanor has always been looked on askance as "the bossy American" by London society, the very antithesis of British virtue and propriety. Now, at the death of her husband, she has been appointed trustee to his estate, and the proverbial fur is flying. Infuriated, her mother-in-law sends Lord Anthony Neale to put an end to Eleanor's nefarious gold-digging ways.
Anthony and Eleanor clash immediately. He thinks she's a siren who uses beauty to entrap men. She thinks he's a haughty, cold English snob. Despite their initial misgivings, they are increasingly drawn to each other. But someone is threatening Eleanor, and as the break-ins and other malicious activities begin to pile up…it's Anthony who tops the list of probable suspects!
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Being an historical accuracy nut, believe me, I checked and it was legal, though - also on the historical accuracy front - Eleanor was incorrectly called "Lady Eleanor" rather than "Lady Scarbrough", which made me a little nuts - and surprised me, for Camp should know better.| Read Full Review of A Dangerous Man
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