"What is to be done?" The Earl of Veryan asked heavily. "Robin has been a boy for more than twelve years. I fear she will not take kindly to the notion of becoming a girl again." People were beginning to talk about Lady Robin's tomboyish behavior. A young lady just didn't wear breeches, fight duels, and use such colorful language. Besides, it was about time for her ladyship to be introduced into society. And to meet and marry some eligible gentleman. Robin had vowed never to wed. Nor had she any intention of changing her ways. But that was before she met the Marquis of Revelmere. A man who as her match. The man who fell in love with her. But Robin wasn't going to lose her freedom without a fight. Or without scandalizing the fashionable world.
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