A true American princess, Cecily WHite stood to inherit her father’s business empire. And with the twentieth century right around the corner, the independent beauty had no intention of marrying some foreign nobleman seeking her money. Then on a trip to England, Cece fell under the spell for a dashing peer who had more to recommend him than the length of his title and the size of his countinghouse. But Cece wouldn’t surrender her heart to the virile Earl of Graystone until he proved that the only treasure he wanted was her love.
What I thought: I thought the book was interesting but it seemed to drag on for me. I loved how Cece had her own agenda and manages to get through a variety of tasks with a cool head about her. So this book was fair for me.
COVER: 9/10 (I love corsets!)