Leonora wanted him to leave: Having been reduced to working as a governess, she was left her uncle's fortune and fine town house in Bath. But she also inherited the most infuriating — and most handsome — resident, Blaise, Earl of Kelsey!
Blaise refused to go: He had a lease and, by George, he was staying to run his popular gentlemen's club! Especially since Lady Leonora was such a captivating woman . . . Leonora's hopes for a respectable life in Society and the possibility of marriage would come to ruin without a compromise, particularly when the Earl was so clearly not a candidate for marriage — or was he?