“Diane Farr strikes all the romantic chords” (The Romance Reader) in this award-winning Signet Regency Romance classic, available digitally for the first time!
Publicly humiliated by a society snob, Caitlin Campbell flees unescorted into the London streets. When a stranger kisses her to cause a distraction and evade a gang of scoundrels, she’s aghast at his audacity. Then she discovers his identity as the dashing nobleman engaged to the very woman who insulted her! Now she finds herself drawn into a web of dangerous romantic intrigue, in which the only way out is to trust her heart.
I have read dozens-possibly even hundreds-of regencies in search of someone like Georgette Heyer. Unfortunately, most imitators get it wrong. This book borrows the right elements and sparkles with fun. I couldn't put it down. I'll be reading more of this author for sure!
Loved this story!
This story showed how hurtful spiteful comments can be. I could definitely empathize with the main character. There is some redemption for Elizabeth in the book Once Upon a Christmas, which is also very good.