it's trash but it's fun trash. turn off your feminism chip.
Typical Heyer -- which is to say: good reading!
The heroine is so ditzy and flighty that its very hard to understand why the gentleman is still interested in her. No character development was spent on the girl - unusual for a Heyer.
Philip Jettan must become something he despises in order to win his true love.
Cleone Charteris's exquisite charms have made her the belle of the English countryside. But Cleone yearns for a husband who is refined, aristocratic and who is as skilled with his wit as he is with his dueling pistols. Everything Philip Jettan is not. As much as she is attracted to the handsome squire, Cleone finds herself dismissing Philip and his rough mannerisms.
With his father's encouragement, Philip departs for the courts of Paris, determined to acquire the social graces and airs of the genteel and convince Cleone that he is the man most suited for her hand. But his transformation may cost him everything, including Cleone
Haven't read it. Part of my daughters' romance collection that they have completed.