Kathryn Hendrix, a twentieth century librarian, escapes from the rain one evening into a dusty, old gallery where the only treasure is a portrait of an eighteenth century gorgeous redhead by the name of Elsingham. All of a sudden, Kathryn finds herself in the body of Lady Elsingham two hundred years in the past. She finds that everything that belonged to Lady Elsingham-her life, her belongings, her body, and her sneering husband-now belong to her. Kathryn becomes desperate how to find her way home? But as her and Lord John became closer, and things began to heat up, Kathryn became to forget that she had ever wanted to leave, for now all she wishes to do is stay in the arms of the evermore intoxicating Lord John.
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