The lady risks a scandal by hiding in plain sight!
Lady Victoria Courtney has abandoned hope of winning the heart of the dashing Richard, Marquis of Lansdon, until she's mistaken for a woman of the London stage and impulsively takes on a role.
It's the Marquis's turn to be smitten, but when the masquerade ends, will he believe she's the heroine or the villain? Mistaken identities, separated lovers and love gone astray – it's all part of the comedy in this romance set Jane Austen's England.
Jacqueline Diamond's half-dozen romances, in the traditional Regency style of Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer, include A Lady's Point of View and A Lady of Letters. The author of more than a hundred novels, Jacqueline has received a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times magazine and two finalist placements for the prestigious RITA © Award.
"...a treat to any Regency romance fan, feeling reminiscent of Georgette Heyer at her best. I was laughing throughout this book as I eagerly turned each page."--wrote Danya in Night Owl Reviews.
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Regency romances by Jacqueline Diamond
A Lady of Letters
A Lady’s Point of View
Lady in Disguise
Song for a Lady
The Day-Dreaming Lady
The Forgetful Lady
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Mistaken identity, misunderstandings and the play within the play bring mutiple potential couples to the brink before this delightful farce reveals all to each player. I really enjoyed this tale and believe it would make an entertaining movie.
Delightful and a very enjoyable read, it made me giggle at work and my co-workers were very curious as to what I found so amusing. Lady Victoria is definitely not your typical “country mouse,” and I Love Henry! Lady Victoria wouldn’t have done wrong if she would have had to marry him, but of course, as in all of Jacque’s Regency novels, the heroine must get the man that she loves - even if he is stubborn and pig-headed in my honest opinion – and there must be a couple other mini romances between secondary characters that give you warm fuzzies.