By Georgette Heyer

"... A long-lost kinfolk heirloom, a tender inheritor falsely accused of homicide, a band of smugglers, totally pleasant Heyer heroines, a taciturn, yet hugely inventive older gentleman - all play their components in a story humorous adequate to have you ever guffawing aloud."―Publishers Weekly

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One of Heyer's funniest Regency romances, and certainly one of readers' favorites.

An impetuous younger girl and a fugitive nobleman?
When lively Eustacie stumbles right into a band of smugglers, she is overjoyed to be having an event ultimately. Their chief, younger inheritor Ludovic Lavenham, is in hiding, falsely accused of homicide. Pursued through the legislation, Eustacie and Ludovic locate safe haven at an unassuming nation lodge.

And the delightfully brilliant couple who try and retain them out of trouble...
The imaginative pass over Sarah Thane and the clear-thinking Sir Tristram protect gamely activity to avoid Ludovic's arrest and Eustacie's destroy because the 4 conspire to get better the lacking talisman ring that might transparent Ludovic's name.

WHAT READERS SAY:

"A tale within the demeanour of Jane Austen, of household comedy and love affairs."
Times Literary Supplement

"A sparklingly witty e-book that had me guffawing out loud."

"A excellent mix of romance, event, and, particularly, humor. One couple is younger and brash and enjoyable, and the opposite is older and extra mature. Seeing the older couple's courting develop is without doubt one of the story's highlights.

"This is a perfectly wealthy novel, packed with first-class secondary characters with plenty of attraction and wit."

"Nonstop laughter from hide to hide? most likely simply because there are heroes and heroines, and their chemistry with one another is simply sparkling!"

"Hilarious! an indicator of such a lot of Georgette Heyer's works is her humorousness? her wit and comedic timing are at their best."

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