vA romantic comedy, with characters from The Sisters of Castle Fortune series, plus the cast of Delphine and the Dangerous Arrangement, in a tale of fated, or perhaps foolish, love. ‘Remember Mr Carstairs,’ said the determined fourteen-year-old, Leonora Fortune, ‘I’m coming for you!’ That was three years ago, and now she has come. Leonora, one of two beautiful Fortune twins newly arrived in Town for their Season, had one aim in view: The Honourable Linton Carswell. She first met him at her home, Castle Fortune, three years ago, and now at seventeen, has arrived to claim her prize. ButFoggy Carswell does not want to be claimed, and has lived in vague fear of the child who once threatened him with the Parson’s Noose. His extreme measures of self-preservation, once Leonora arrives in Town, amuse his family and friends— until they begin to see that the little beauty is serious. Why such a lovely thing should prefer the shrinking (but kind) Carswell, is a complete mystery. But the dance between the two is entertaining to watch. And Leonora might be the only chance to get the marriage shy Foggy wed. Leonora ignores all her own suitors, in relentless pursuit of Foggy, but is shaken by the arrival of someone determined to catch Foggy herself: his childhood friend, Mary Du Maurier. As Leonora’s feelings begin to win over her usually fearsome will, it will take many strange alliances to help the two to confront their true destiny. Cousins, sisters, friends, and aunts are all enlisted in the game of cat-and-mouse. Her twin Marguerite is having her own romance problems, and their male relatives, Papa and George, are making things worse as usual. With older sisters Georgette, Jocasta, Portia, and their husbands to help too, all might seem safe. But as Leonora tells them, they have no idea what scrapes Marguerite’s naivety can lead her to. As a final family interference, Leonora’s genius sister Katerina appears to act as the worst chaperone in the world, but even she takes part in sorting out the girls’ complicated affairs. Reviews of other Alicia Cameron books: “Perfect as a peach! A thoroughly enjoyable short story, beautifully written and full of wit. I actually smiled for the entirety! If you like regency romance, this will absolutely delight you.” "Miss Cameron writes witty, wonderful, re-readable works of literature." “A worthy successor to Georgette Heyer. I loved every word. What a joy to encounter this author” “Yet another fabulous novel from a truly talented author! This is a wonderfully fun story with laughs and twists that keep you delightfully on tenterhooks.” “This is Regency romance at its absolute best. A very real feeling of time, obviously a lot of work went into the research and it shows. Witty dialogue and strongly drawn characters made this a joy to read.” “Lovely, witty and charming! Loved it. Cameron is, for me, the best regency romance writer on the go just now. Great story, witty characters and a real feel good factor. Enjoyed it so much, it has sent me back to reading all my favourite period novels over again!” “…I feel compelled to rate and review this as a wonderful, witty novel on thelevel with the best of Georgette Heyer and Jane Austen. Witty, fun read that is simultaneously emotional and intriguing.” "Regency screwball comedy, like an old film by Preston Sturges." "If you like Bridgerton, you might NOT like this :) No one gets undressed, but it is soooo romantic and emotionally interesting!" 'Humorous, clean and sweet!' "Lovers of DG Rampton, Ashtyn Newbold, Lisa Kleypas and Rebecca Connelly can find a joyful place to reside in Alicia Cameron's witty traditional Regency Romances."