The second entry in Feather's Matchmaker trilogy (following The Bachelor List) is a charming romp through 19th-century London featuring the Duncan sisters, who are trying to hold their family together financially by running a matchmaking service and producing the suffragist scandal sheet The Mayfair Lady. When the paper is sued for libel, Prudence Duncan enlists the help of fierce barrister Sir Gideon Malvern. Gideon is convinced their case is hopeless, but he can't deny the attraction he feels for stubborn, strong-willed Prue. Because she can't afford his fees, Gideon agrees to argue the case if she finds him a suitable bride, but before long, Gideon finds himself as involved with Prue as he is with the Mayfair Lady case.
There "are three books in this enchanting trilog about the adventures of the Honorable Misses Duncan, three resourceful sister who are far ahead of their time - and stirring up romance wherever they go" - Loved all the books and be sure and read "The Bachelor List" and "The Wedding Game"
A fun book. I recommend to others. Great series or by itself. My mother and sister enjoyed it also.
Very, very well written and enjoyable