When the handsome, arrogant Lord Meredith, Earl of Settle, found himself guardian of Miss Georgina Forsythe, he expected to be overseeing the life of a proper young lady. What he got instead was the task of reining in the runaway impulses of an infuriating female who saw nothing wrong with disguising herself as a boy to go off to the wars with her brother . . . who thought it perfectly normal to dress up as a Gypsy and become part of their tribe . . . and who showed no fear of playing dangerous games of romance with the infamous Lord Frost and the eminently eligible Lord Barstow.
The imperious earl set out to make his wild ward listen to the voice of reason; she, in turn, answered with the voice of protest -- and both tried to ignore the call of love . . .