Being nearsighted in Regency England can raise a scandal!
After an embarrassing incident at a ball, Meg Linley is packed off for home—only to enter the wrong carriage, arrive at the estate of a handsome lord, and be mistaken for a governess. Meg plays along because she prefers mischievous children to arrogant nobles—until she starts to fall in love with her new employer.
Jacqueline Diamond’s half dozen Regency romances, including A Lady of Letters and Lady in Disguise, have delighted readers for nearly thirty years. A former Associated Press reporter, Jacqueline has gone on to sell more than a hundred novels. She received a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times magazine and two finalist placements for the RITA Award.
"I was thrilled to find another author, like Candice Hern, writing in the great tradition of the Heyer Regency,” reviewer Anne Glover wrote in Regency Reader.