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From USA Today bestselling author Sally MacKenzie comes the irresistible, must-listen prequel to the Duchess of Love series.

The day was as hot as the pond was inviting. It’s not as if anyone in Little Huffington was going to happen upon a secluded vale on the Duke of Greycliffe’s lands. And Venus Collingswood didn’t want to get her shift all wet. It was the perfect setting in which to plan her lovely bookworm of a sister’s betrothal to the mysterious new duke arriving seven days hence. If only she had a suitable accomplice.

Andrew Valentine, Duke of Greycliffe, never thought arriving at his own household a week early would cause so much trouble. The housekeeper thinks he’s his own cousin. Actually, the chance to not be the duke for a while is a pleasant opportunity indeed. It might even help him interrogate the delectable little nymph he’s discovered swimming in his pond—if he can manage to get a word in edgewise.

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About the Author

Sally MacKenzie is the USA Today bestselling author of Regency romance novels, including the Naked Nobility series and the Duchess of Love series. The Naked King, the seventh book in the Naked Nobility series, was named one of ALA Booklist’s top ten romances for 2011. She graduated from the University of Notre Dame in the first class of women.