I enjoyed this book. It's a Regency romance that makes sense -- there are no kidnappings, disguises, or hidden babies, just a slow-developing trust and affection between the principals.
At twenty eight, lovely Lady Elizabeth Conway was old enough to know waht she wanted most especially in the matter of choosing a mate. But now the independent Elizabeth found her self sorely perplexed...
Her old beau, the incredibly handsome and wealthy Lord Bevis was eagerly seeking her hand. Though the viscount showed no interest in Elizabeth's passion for astronomy or other intellectual pursuits, the young woman had to admit she was ever so fond of him then there was Lord Clanross, the insufferably opinionated and maddeningly bossy new heir to the Conway title. Still, Elizabeth had to admit she vastly admired his courage and enjoyed his brilliant mind.
It would tkae a new comet in the heavens to help to help her choose wisely and light her way to true love.