Fueled by the knowledge that notoriety is better than failure, witty, unconventional Josie does what no proper young lady should—she challenges fate. She discards her corset and flirts outrageously. She attends the horse races and allows an arrogant rakehell to whisk her behind the stables for a surreptitious kiss . . . and is caught!
She doesn't want to marry the young hellion—but who's to help? Her chaperone keeps disappearing for mysterious appointments; her guardian is on his wedding trip; and his friend the Earl of Mayne is too busy staring into the eyes of his exquisite French fiancée.
Can a marriage forced by stuffy convention and unwilling desire become the match of the season?
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The chemistry between Mayne and Josie was believable, and although she felt uncomfortable about her body, the author described very well how men did not see the same flaws as Josie, who eventually came around and learned to appreciate her body herself.| Read Full Review of Pleasure for Pleasure (Essex ...
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