"Lynsay Sands spins a funny, laughable tale."
Eloisa James on Taming the Highland Bride
Adrian Montfort, Earl of Mowbray, had been warned that Lady Clarissa Crambray was dangerous. From stomping on toes to setting wigs on fire, the stunning beauty was clearly a force to be reckoned with. Still, he's in need of a wife and is sure he can handle one woman and her "unfortunate past." Intrigued by the mysterious vixen, he soon discovers he's greatly underestimated the lady
Clarissa would like to find a husband, but perhaps not as much as her stepmother would like one for her. The woman has forbidden Clarissa from wearing her spectacles so she can look prettier, but how is she to see her potential suitors? Besides, she's already caused enough mayhem to earn a rather horrible nickname. Just when she is about to give up hope of anyone asking her to dance, a man comes to lead her to the dance floora dark, handsome blur of a man.