Mischievous Miss Molly Moreton wanted to manage her father's carriage horses and Moreton Stables . . .
There was no denying that the colts were a handful; however Miss Molly Moreton's father had promised that if she could make superb carriage horses of them, she could manage the Moreton Stables. It is with this goal in mind that Molly encounters the handsome but rather staid Lord Everly, whose dignity is soon beset by her unmanageable horses. Miss Molly is certain that she'll never meet this stiff-backed nobleman again -- not that she cares a whit!
It is clear that the indubitable Miss Moreton has enjoyed a chuckle at his expense, but Everly himself begins smiling when he catches her later in the Moreton stables . . . and steals an unforgettable kiss. But the mischievous miss he met in the country is a far cry indeed from the elegantly begowned beauty who makes an unexpected appearance in London. That's when Everly realizes that he who laughs last loves best.
Lord Everly & Miss Molly Moreton