Abigail is weary of being considered the “perfect lady.” She wants to go against the norm and remain a spinster. She much prefers the freedom to as she wants, not that she has had that yet. But her father is insistent on her marrying.
James is a widower with no time or desire for love and romance. But his position as an important noble demands that he marry again. He must have a proper lady beside him at society events, and he needs an heir. Abigail appears to fit his requirements as being acceptable to the ton and she is beyond pretty. He believes that his proposal of a marriage of convenience should be more than suitable for both their needs.
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