by Victoria Knightly
Sir John Windlesham sends his fractious daughter, Virginia, away from home because she is pregnant with an illegitimate baby. He instructs two of his servants to go with her, but he is unaware that Colum Lanyon and Mary Ann Everdene are involved in a torrid, but awkward sexual relationship.
Although Colum wants to marry her, Mary Ann’s sexual preferences lie with other women. When she finds her way into the bed of a noble lady, the scene is set for a difficult showdown.