When Dianthe Lovejoy is accused of murdering a courtesan who bears an uncanny resemblance to her, she must go into hiding. And the only man who can protect her is her enemy notorious rake and gambler Lord Geoffrey Morgan.
Owing a debt of honor to her relative, Lord Geoffrey reluctantly takes in the meddlesome miss. But when he learns of her plan to masquerade as a courtesan to unmask the villain, he vows to put a stop to the ridiculous scheme. Thinking that training Dianthe in the courtesan arts will scare her off, Geoffrey discovers that he's met his match. Especially when Dianthe practices her newly acquired wiles on him....
a debutante turns courtesan to solve the murder of a woman with the help of the most odious men or is he?
Well done story about a young woman of the ton wrongly accused of murder. She chooses to masquerade as a member of the demimonde to uncover the truth. She finds herself up under the tutorship of the ultimate rake as she solves the mystery.
5th Book in a series...Geoffery's story...I really liked this book...I was happy to see Geoff and Dianthe get a happy
This is the last book #5 in the the Wednesday League series. I read #4 before this one and it was ok. I really liked this one. I had not intended to go back and read the first three books. However, based on this one and the fact they interjected some of the previous characters, my curiosity has gotten the best of me. I will go back and read #'s 1-3.
Book five in series and hope to read the next