The Hartington sisters were three of the most captivating young ladies in the realm — and suddenly among the most impoverished. The demise of their spendthrift father and the passing of their generous aunt left them with only their wits, wiles and beauty to fend off disaster — and forced them to go their separate ways.
Aggie, the eldest, became a governess. Thalia, the literary one, became a schoolmistress. Euphie, the musical one, became a companion to an aristocratic old lady. And all of them saw the future of their hopes and the men of their dreams slipping out of their reach until they discovered that three Hartington heads were better than one when it came to playing a winning hand in the marriage game.
Jane Ashford is an excellent writer and her prose is a joy to read. – Regency Retro Reads