Vain and pretentious, Quentin Quigley is not the marrying sort; he would rather write a novel than inherit his father's estate. Unfortunately, his father and his aunt have other ideas, and the return of his estranged brothers brings to light a secret that threatens to tear the family apart. Author William Stafford returns to historical fiction with this light-hearted Regency romp.
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About the Author
William Stafford divides his time between Dudley and Stratford upon Avon and does a lot of his writing while travelling from one to the other. This is his 23rd novel.