At Odds with Love . . .
Although lovely Susan Eaton privately longed for something more than neighborliness from young Lord Woodstone, she gave no hint of these yearnings. Indeed, people were wont to call her "that nice, sensible Miss Eaton,” not knowing her romantic heart was beating violently beneath the cool exterior.
As for the dashing Lord Woodstone he was even more loath to admit to anything so unseemly as passion for a mere girl. Suddenly the strangest things began to happen . . . for instance, that rake Sir Rupert forcing his embrace on Susan. And Lord Woodstone seeing it and misunderstanding. Heavens, what a fuss!
Lord Woodstone and Miss Susan Eaton
Coventry Romance - # 23