London was all on edge and astir to have in its midst the exquisite Princess Felicity of Brasnia. What scandal would ensue should society discover that the bejeweled heir to a royal throne was in truth Miss Felicity Channing of Cornwall, fleeing a match she did not want and that had been arranged by her conniving stepfather!
It was questionable how long Felicity could carry off this lively masquerade before she would falter, especially since the dark, raffish eyes of Lord Arthur Bessamy seemed to look right through her disguise - and set her spirited heart to pounding.
©1987 M. C. Beaton (P)2014 AudioGO
This book was only around four hours long and I had to suffer through it. It was completely unrealistic. I love MC Beaton but this book was so not my cup of tea. AND the narrator was terrible.
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