A London Season Could Be a Lady's Delight . . .
The daughter of a gentleman-scholar, Miss Pamela Stone of Easton was a vision of unsullied beauty as she stood in a corner of Almack's. Lacking a fortune of her own, she had been invited to "come out" along with her feather-witted but wealthy cousin Victorine in exchange for watching over Victorine's virtue. In fact, Pamela was so busy guarding her cousin -- currently under siege by handsome Lord St. Clare -- she nearly did not notice John Whyte.
. . . Or Her Downfall
Then John asked her to dance -- and Pamela's poor heart began to race. The attraction between them was palpable, but a match impossible! As a penniless younger son, John was expected to wed an heiress like Victorine. As for Pamela -- caught up in a world of libertines and liaisons -- could she find a way to save her wayward cousin's reputation and win the man of her dreams?