Spine/covers show some creasing. Bottom corners bumped, a little shelf wear.
"Lady Morva Eden was living proof the aristocracy's breeding program still existed. Once her family realized her brother's illegitimacy would cost them their nobility, they naturally turned to Morva.
And so for a price . . . Morva allowed herself to be practically sold to the new Earl of Howgill, a shrewd Canadian millionaire with an eye for bargains.
He planned to turn Ravenscrag into a lucrative tourist resort, but what did he have in mind for Morva?"; 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall