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The rebel and the rake Lady Helen never thought sneaking out of her family's London abode to attend an after-dark suffragette meeting would be easy. But, although her ill-fitting trousers are almost as uncomfortable as wearing her corset, so far she's masterfully avoided every creaking floorboard completely unnoticed. Except, that is, by her neighbour, the devilishly handsome, Arthur Crawley.
It seems that Helena is the only London's heiress not to have accompanied Arthur to this season's soirees - and at this moment in time Arthur isn't quite sure how he's allowed that to happen. Those men's trousers, cinched in with a silk ribbon, are hugging her curves in a most tantalizing way...
Threatened with imprisonment for her courageous actions, Arthur steps in to protect Helena in the only way he knows how - strip away her disguise and seduce her, right there in the middle of the street. After all, a lady standing on the street in her flimsy nightwear is the last person to be suspected as a suffragette!
And however much Helena fights the infuriating flares of desire, it seems the rake could very well become this rebel's undoing...
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