Testing Miss Toogood
by Stella Cameron
This book is in good second hand condition. Moderate wearing to cover, edgewear. Book exchange mark.
Published by Mira Books, 2005, 394 pages.
Fleur Toogood is beautiful, opinionated and has a disastrous inclination to speak her mind. And she refuses to marry without love. But as the most eligible of Reverend Toogood’s five daughters, she has been charged with making a brilliant match that will improve her family’s fortune. So to appease her father, she agrees to be escorted around London by Lord Dominic Elliot.
But Lord Dominic proves to be a most arrogant and secretive chaperone. He takes his duties toward her very seriously, though he shows little interest in her otherwise. Worse, he insists on giving the most annoying advice—advice she doesn’t need because she has devised “The List,” questions designed to assess a male’s potential as a satisfactory husband, knowing no man can meet her high standards. But as she is introduced to one eligible gentleman after another, it becomes painfully clear—the only man who scores high enough to interest her is Dominic himself.