When beautiful young Miss Louisa Randolph arrived at the estate of the handsome, high-handed Earl of Wescott, the lord of the manor found he had an American revolution in his house and on his hands.

First this enticing invader mocked the foppish fashions and sacred stuffy ways of proper society. Then, shockingly. she began to shape the minds of the earl's much younger brothers and sisters. Finally she set out to teach the earl himself a lesson in manners and morals.

The dashing, domineering earl decided to put Miss Randolph in her place—while she decided that place should be in his heart....