Willful, capricious Perdita, after shaking her golden curls, stamping her foot, and flatly refusing to marry the aged Mr. Croft, was hastily packed off to her aunt's house to avoid further scandal.
Moira, her poor cousin and companion, tried to keep the little vixen out of mischief on the journey. But the girl would have her way -- and ended up shamelessly singing in a dance hall under an assumed name!
And to make matters monstrous, in the audience for their scandalous performance was Lord Stornaway, a rake and a bounder, who rescued them from an overly boisterous audience. But who would rescue them from their unscrupulous, lecherous rescuer?