Thurston Tarrant, known as Hotspur on the London social scene, thinks Lady Taffeta Grantham is too young and idealistic. Experience has taught him that love is found only in fairy tales and that very few women can be trusted--especially young and attractive ones.
As for Taffy, she finds the rakehell cynical and arrogant. He looks like a hero, but his arrogance and ethics as she sees them tell her otherwise. Besides, as one of the Rogues Three, she is more concerned with social injustice than a man who could use his influence to right wrongs but shows no interest in doing so.
So why does Tarrant find himself enchanted by the beautiful and high-spirited Taffy? Why does Taffy's sporadic gift of sight insist on showing her visions of Tarrant as a bold and passionate lover--her lover?
When the prince of flirts...