Two Men in Love -- and One Very Confused Young Lady . . .
The aristocracy of all Europe had convened for the Congress of Tienna, the undisputed revel of the century. Glittering balls, routs salons were the order of the day, and no one glittered more brightly than the lovely Miss Georgianna Pennington. Indeed, she was a lively young lady, a lady with a mission. She must fall in love, and at once. For only if she did, would her beloved father feel free to remarry.
Georgianna's vow was all too promptly fulfilled. Handsome, attentive and charming to a fault, the twin brothers Trevelyan swept her fluttering heart into a dreadful dilemma. Yes, Georgianna was in love. But with which twin, the bewildered beauty could not, for the life of her, have said . . .