A MIX-UP OF MATCHING . . .
Baroness Antonia Thornton was the most stunning and shocking young lady of the ton. Judith Winslow was Antonia's companion, her gentle loveliness a perfect compliment to Antonia's bold beauty, her quiet good sense an ideal antidote to Antonia's radical rebelliousness.
But when dashing Adam Yorke appeared on the scene, accompanied by his good friend, the startlingly handsome Lord Simon Launceston, Antonia and Judith found themselves divided.
Whom did Adam love? Whom would he wed? And who could possibly prefer him to the divine
Lord Launceston? Never had romance reveled in so many dizzying turnabouts as Cupid emptied his quiver at hearts that would not stay still . . .