When her past love — now married to another — is about to have an heir, Freya Bedwyn flees the neighborhood for Bath. At the same time the Joshua Moore, Marquess of Hallmere is beset upon by marriage minded mothers, most particularly his scheming aunt.
For a system to work it depends on everyone doing their part. In the British Regency, HONOR was the key to the class structure functioning equitably. Balogh examines honor and pride in this new series starter.
When a war wound leaves Flavian with holes in his memory he relies on his friends. A young widow, Agnes hopes to marry again but is resigned to a quiet life. What could one have to do with the other?