Morgan Becket is going to London for her first Season. Having run wild as a young girl at Romney Marsh, her family hopes that her town experience gives her some polish, and hopefully, a suitor who will tame her wild ways.
Morgan is a young woman who instinctively knows how to get her own way, and uses her beauty more skillfully than a rapier. When she sees something, she goes after it. Right now she only has eyes for Alejandro. Enchanted by his beautiful form and graceful bow, Morgan knows that only a nobleman could own such a unique horse. She also knows that Ethan Tanner, Earl of Aylesford, is the most handsome man she has ever seen.
What a delectable creature! Ethan cannot recall when such luscious curves have beckoned, or when a riding habit was worn so becomingly. Who is this alluring young woman, and where are her keepers? Surely she cannot be traveling without a chaperone!
This unorthodox meeting is the start of a roller-coaster romance between two stubborn and headstrong people. They cannot fight the overwhelming attraction that they have for each other, but they donít always see eye to eye on anything else.
The second novel featuring the Beckets of Romney Marsh offers readers even more adventure than the first. These are dangerous days, with French spies and English smugglers all converging at the coast. Ethan has his own reasons for being there, his love for Morgan notwithstanding. How will she react when she learns the truth?
I enjoyed The Dangerous Debutante because the characters are so compelling. Each layer reveals more about Ainsley Becket and his remarkable brood. Each chapter offers the readers a new piece of the puzzle.