The Earl And The Enchantress is a historical romance set during 1790 and takes place in England.
The book opens with an introduction to Lizbeth Trethow, an unwilling attendee at a ball. She escapes her aunt’s matchmaking attempts by slipping off to the library. But she’s not alone; Sebastian Roddam is also avoiding the ball. The couple find themselves debating authors; Lizbeth is thrilled to find a well-read opponent, while Sebastian is surprised by Lizbeth’s vast knowledge. He is unaccustomed to meeting aristocratic women so knowledgeable.
When his cousin courts her sister, Sebastian and Lizbeth look forward to chaperoning the couple and strengthening their friendship. Neither is looking for a marriage partner; Lizbeth refuses to become any husband’s possession, while Sebastian feels unworthy of love. But they have much to connect them; when the season ends, and all society leaves…
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