He Was A Formidable Adversary. . .A devoted champion for the less fortunate, Hannah Whitmore passionately pursues improvement of the dangerous working conditions in the textile mills--especially for the children. She is stunned, then outraged, when a handsome new laborer turns out to be a gentleman in disguise, an heir to a local mill testing the mood of the workers. Yet their heated debates cannot conceal the fierce attraction they share. . . . . .But Love Always Finds A WayTheo Ruskin, Viscount Amesbury, is caught in the middle of a dangerous controversy-- accused of sedition by his peers and threatened by agitators for reform. Struck by Hannah's fiery courage and certain she is treading dangerous waters, he becomes her champion--a move that finds them both with enemies who plot their ruin. Forced into a compromising position, they must marry. And though each yearns to speak words of love, they have yet to realize that adversaries need not be enemies. . .especially in affairs of the heart.