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In the spring of 1665…

After rising from stable boy to the Earl of Ashton, all Jeremy Welles wants from life is to eat, drink, be merry, and forget he’s been elevated into a position he’s eminently unequal to. But then he meets Lady Eliza Stanfield…

Strong willed and spoiled, Lady Eliza has no intention of ever marrying. So when she finds herself being courted by the awkward
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“Are you wanting to dance, too, Lord Ashton?” Eliza asked without any preliminaries when he stood before her. “I hope not. My feet hurt and I am tired.”

The music began again, a lively gigue this time. “I wouldn’t dream of it. If you wish, I will protect you from all such offers.”

“Thank you, but there is one partner you cannot protect me from,” she sighed looking past him. “He is coming my way.”

Jeremy turned to see the king approaching.

“I am afraid it would be treason,” he said, “but I gladly offer my head in the service of your feet.”
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