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This Georgian-era romance “with elopements, rescues, duels, and cards . . . [is] a picturesque and engaging story” from the acclaimed master of the genre (The Spectator).

When Prudence and Robin Tremaine find themselves on the wrong side of the Jacobite rebellion, the siblings follow their infamous father’s cunning footsteps and switch identities, escaping to London with Prudence posing as a dashing gentleman and Robin as a lovely young woman. They are so skillful, in fact, that they are warmly embraced, with the disguised Prudence finding herself in an alliance with the handsome Sir Anthony Fanshawe and the concealed Robin performing a rescue that wins him the admiration of the beautiful Letitia Grayson. But when Prudence finds herself falling for Sir Anthony, and Robin struggles to resist the tender charms of Letitia, they wonder if they’ll ever be able to safely let go of their masquerade to answer the call of love.

Praise for the writing of Georgette Heyer:

“If you haven’t read her yet, I envy you.” —Harriet Evans

My favourite historical novelist.” —Margaret Drabble

“Reading Georgette Heyer is the next best thing to reading Jane Austen.” —Publishers Weekly

“A writer of great wit and style.” —The Daily Telegraph

Georgette Heyer

Georgette Heyer was an English novelist and short story writer. She authored both historical romance and detective fiction. Heyer's writing career began in 1921, when she turned a story initially written for her younger brother into the novel The Black Moth

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