By Loretta Chase
From the Diary of Leonie Noirot: The ideal corset should still invite its undoing . . .
Lethally fascinating Simon Fairfax, Marquess of Lisburne, has reluctantly lower back to London for one cause basically: a relations legal responsibility. nonetheless, he may perhaps find time for the seduction of a undeniable redheaded dressmaker--but Leonie Noirot hasn't time for <em>him</em>. She's enthusiastic about reworking his cousin, the dowdy woman Gladys, right into a swan.
Leonie's talents can coax curves--and profits--from skinny air, yet his criminally good-looking lordship is simply too busy attempting to seduce her to understand her genius. He badly must research a lesson, and the bet she provokes should educate him, as soon as and for all.
A nice plan, in theory--but Lisburne's develop into a major distraction and Leonie's ordinary common sense is at risk of slipping away as simply as a silk chemise. may perhaps the Season's maximum transformation be her personal?