Josephine is stubborn, decisive, and adamant to not get married before she finds the man she loves. Enter Nicholas and Edward Black, cousins with only one thing in common: They both want her. Will she end up with the playful and dashing Nicholas, or the ever-serious and handsome William? Who said she had to choose just one? ~~~~~ PG Excerpt ~~~~~ "I'm here to talk about your husband's cousins," I said. "Nicholas? Or Edward?" she asked, obviously intrigued. "Both," I answered. "Tell me what you know about them." Once upon a time, she would've started answering me without a second's thought. Instead, she asked, "Why do you want to know?" "Because I think I'm in love with both of them." She almost dropped her cup in her surprise. Her eyes widened and she stared at me quietly, waiting for me to continue. There wasn't much to say. "Both started courting me a few months ago and I find myself being attracted to both men. They're so different and both so alluring it's almost impossible to decide," I sighed. "Nicholas is the one with the charms and the wit, but William has a quiet allurement that is impossible to ignore." She frowned and opened and closed her mouth a few times, as if she couldn't find the right words to say to me. "I feel like I've got to tell someone and you're the only friend I have that wouldn't go absolutely insane over this." My mouth was dry. It was hypocritical of me to approach her, seeing as how much I opposed her relationship with Gautier. "I've only met them a few times," she started talking, her expression so serious it made my heart stop at my throat. "There's one thing I do know though," she said, then started smiling slyly before continuing, "They're both gorgeous hunks. You lucky bird!" "Oh stop it!" I laughed, feeling my heartbeat slow to normal. I reached for the tea instinctively and took a sip before my taste buds rebelled. I started coughing and she laughed harder. She continued talking. "It's not a problem, Josephine! I don't know why you are so worried about it. I thought something awful had happened, judging from your distressed expression earlier." "If you're looking at your parents' approval, then go with Edward, since he has the bigger estate. My husband isn't close to either of them, but there are rumors about them that I think you should know about," she said. She didn't look joking anymore. When she was certain that she had my full attention, she said, "I heard that they enjoy sharing their women."