Who Said That More Than a Handful...Was Too Much?
|John's family is landed nobility; a house of tradition that has ruled for as long as the hills have stood. It is time for John's grandfather to pass on his title, but John's father is a disgraceful womanizer. The title is offered directly to John, but only upon his marriage. Overnight, every woman in the duchy is trying to get into John's bed.|
Although he isn't afraid to sample what the nobility has to offer, his heart is already taken. He loves one of his father's previous wives, Silvia. She has hills and valleys so vast that she puts the entire duchy to shame.
Editor's NoteWhen it's time for a wealthy nobleman to pass on his title to someone younger, his son's utter stupidity and horrible treatment of women forces him to skip a generation, bestowing the title on his grandson--on the condition the young man marries immediately. Finding a wife shouldn't be a difficult feat for John, who has women from all over lining up outside his bedroom door. But while he is willing to give each of these suitors a timeslot between his sheets, his heart belongs to another--one of his father's former wives.