Wealthy and popular with the ladies, Cecil, the earl of Sutton, should be satisfied with his life. In moments of private honesty, he admits he is still pained by the loss of Lady Abigail's hand to his priggish younger brother, Tedric. And now that Cecil has agreed to reform in order to be betrothed to Lady Olivia, dissatisfaction with life clouds his days. When Lady Olivia's cousin Eunice Norwood agrees to give the notorious cad a refresher course in the intricate rules of etiquette, she quickly realizes Lord Cecil needs more than better manners. She begins to understand the spiritual battle he faces. Can Cecil even think of marriage to Lady Olivia, when it's Eunice who captures his every thought?
TAMELA HANCOCK MURRAY lives in northern Virginia with her two daughters and her husband of over twenty years. She keeps busy with church and school activities, but in her spare-time she's written seven Bible trivia books and twenty Christian romance novels and novellas.