Now that Aubrey Watchfield is the Earl of Kelthorne, he decides to reform his rakish behavior. Aubrey realizes he must marry and secure an heir for the line. But he does not expect to
run into the stunningly gorgeous Judith Lovington, who's part of an actors' troupe camping on his property. He might want to win her over, but his
two sisters have a plan of their own--
in the form of an equally gorgeous heiress, Abigail Currivard. Wicked
and Wonderful
(4.5) is a winner
from start to finish. Valerie King
delivers a well-written story enriched
by descriptive, often poetic prose.
(Sep., 224 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed by: 
Robin Taylor