Vivid Notions

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SHE WAS POETRY IN MOTION AND HE WAS DETERMINED TO CLAIM HER!
American heiress Vivian Redmond had anticipated a polite reception in London . . . not stunned, awe-filled stares and delirious gossip. Much to her surprise, she was believed to be the mysterious "Vivid One" revered in Canto IV of Heart's Notions--poetry believed to be penned by none other than Lord Byron himself writing under a pseudonym.
However, Vivian was no demure miss but a spirited minx whose hoydenish ways thrilled the town to no end. It also engaged the wiles of Noel Windram, a rake who could never resist a challenge . . . and could not resist Vivian. As for his lordship, he was an unmitigated roué and she heartily wished him in Hades for his arrogance, even as his embrace gave her own heart some thrilling notions of its own. . . .

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