Penniless Lily Andrew (aka Lady Merrill) needs to find a way to save her family from being destitute. What better way than to write a scandalous pamphlet on Secrets of a Wedding Night. Of course it has to be anonymous, otherwise she disgrace her family. Well, there happens to be one person who believes she's the author of that wretched pamphlet, Devon Morgan the Marquis of Colton.
Devon can't let this lovely information get into anymore hands, otherwise he's going to have a hard time finding a bride. After all, he already had one girl cry-off. What better way to break the author than to seduce her? Interesting.
I was entertained by this book. I think what really makes this story is the past relationship that Lily and Devon had at one time. Lily just sees herself doing a public service announcement to ladies in society, while Devon sees her as a menace to society. I enjoyed how these two go head to head with their battle of wits and a lot of it has to do with past feelings. Both of them blame each other for what happen five years prior, yet neither one of them is willing really find out the truth of the matter.
Overall, quite enjoyable. So, if you are looking for something new to read you might want to checkout Valerie Bowman's Secrets of a Wedding Night. Who knows you might find answers to those secrets in this book.