Her Once And Future Fiancé It was a bold planbecome engaged to one man to avoid marrying another. Three years ago, Susannah Siddons had little choice. But with no communication since, she considers her alliance with Daniel Hale entirely endedand her heart well and truly bruised. Until new gossip jeopardizes the Siddons sisters' millinery shop, and Daniel proposes once more. To court one's own fiancée
how does a man even begin? Daniel owes it to Susannahand to the shambles he has made of his responsibilities so farto start again. In truth, marrying Susannah would be far more than just a duty; it's his dearest wish. If he can only persuade her to say "yes" a second time.