George Drexel gets visits from all sorts of woman wanting to be in included in future editions of his book, The Rake's Field Guide. Unfortunately all this notoriety is jeopardizing his reputation as an engineer. No one will take him seriously with all the talk about the book, so he has tried to distance himself from it. But when Meta Russell comes calling, not to be in the next book, but to right a wrong that it caused, he finds he has other problems to deal with.
Meta Russell wants nothing more than to see her sister settled into marriage. But when the wedding is called off because of the Field Guide, Meta does everything in her power to get her sister and her fiancee back together again..even if it means spending time with one of London's biggest rakes.
Neither George not Meta had counted on being attracted to the other, but when neither can seem to forget about the other, they wonder if the other is exactly what each of them need.
I liked this story so much better than book 2 in the series, When a Rake Falls. Both George and Meta were likable characters and I really enjoyed the secondary characters as well (I'm hoping the Orr creates a series about the ladies in Meta's philanthropic group).
It was a light read with nothing too heavy in it! Made for an enjoyable afternoon read!