As social secretary to the tyrannical mistress of Seven Chimneys, Sandra Duval soon learned the New England racing world was split by a bitter struggle between two heroes. Dashing Nicholas Hoyt and his fascinating rival, Philippe Rousseau, were competing both for a coveted racing cup and for possession of a fbulous estate. Then all at once their revalry took on a new dimension, as each emanded Sandra's love. Amid deepening mystery and chill suspicion, Sandra had to seek the truth - about these two men, each so attractive, and about her own besieged and perplexed heart.
(I like Emilie Loring's book because they are romance, without the sex scenes of other books. Good morals, good people, and a good story. BIDO)