He is Alexander Drummond . . .
Marquis of Warrick, one of the most feared Revenue Commanders to sail the high seas.
She is Mary Callahan . . .
Smuggler's daughter, sent as a spy to his lordship's household under the guise of a nurse, only . . . she doesn't like children.
He thinks she's the most outspoken, sharp-tongued shrew he's ever met.
She thinks he's the most uptight, pompous bag of wind she's ever encountered.
However, then, did they ever fall in love?
Incredibly humorous, totally unpredictably, TEMPTED is a story that my editor called, "Stupendous." It's the tale of a circus performer -- yes, that's right, a circus performer--heroine who falls in love with an aloof marquis. No, it's nothing like MY FAIR LADY. Indeed, you could say that by the end of the book, Mary rescues the hero. I hope you enjoy the story.