Their lives were perfect . . . Lady Hero Batten, the beautiful sister of the Duke of Wakefield, has everything a woman could want, including the perfect fiancA©. True, the Marquis of Mandeville is a trifle dull and has no sense of humor, but that doesn't bother Hero. Until she meets his notorious brother . . . Until they met each other.Griffin Remmington, Lord Reading, is far from perfect - and he likes it that way. How he spends his days is a mystery, but all of London knows he engages in the worst sorts of drunken revelry at night. Hero takes an instant dislike to him, and Griffin thinks that Hero, with her charities and faultless manners, is much too impeccable for society, let alone his brother. Yet their near-constant battle of wits soon sparks desire - desire that causes their carefully constructed worlds to come tumbling down. As Hero's wedding nears, and Griffin's enemies lay plans to end their dreams forever, can two imperfect people find perfect true love?
Didnt finish once I realized I didnt like either the hero or the heroine named Hero. Rounded up the extra half point, because it finally gave me the answer to my question of what Maiden Lane was and why the series was named after it. Only my second in the series, but apparently at least one character in each book has a tie to the foundlings home on Maiden Lane. I really enjoyed my first sample so wont give up on the whole series. Each will just have to prove itself.
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