Reissue edition - the Original published - by Walker, February 1977
Everyone wanted to tell Eugenia Liddiard what to do . . . her guardian, the worldly Countess of Chandos, was determined that Eugenia wed the first eligible aristocrat before the London season ran its course. Her self-appointed advisor, the former actress and current social lioness Lady Brassborough, did did her best to instruct Eugenia in the seductive skills and devious devices so essential for a young lady's success.
Her elders . . . her relatives . . . her suitors . . . even the representatives of His Majesty's law . . . all were eager to take care of Eugenia. But when her a newly discovered and darkly handsome cousin turned to her as the last hope for recovering his birthright, Eugenia showed a shocked and startled Regency world how well she could take care of herself!
Richard Liddiard and Eugenia Liddiard