Cotillion Author:Georgette Heyer Such was the whimisical, some would say outrageous, statement of the aging Mr. Penicuit, to the three of his great-nephews gathered around him. — The future of his vivacious step-daughter, Miss Kitty Charing, was thus assured, provided she married one of the handsome beaux, now seeking her hand. But being a spirited girl, she was in no hurry to ... more »conclude a contract, and a simple stratagem allowed her to enjoy her diminishing freedom.
"Here is a fairy-tale plot in a Regency setting. There are routs and intrigues,broken hearts and happy endings. All is light as a bubble, and there is wit, winsdom and charm"