It all starts when the genteel but impowerished heroine (Tabby) is traveling to her new position as a governess. On the way she has to stop at an innIt all starts when the genteel but impowerished heroine (Tabby) is traveling to her new position as a governess. On the way she has to stop at an inn for the night,but is told that its full. Luckily she manages to spot an old aquitaince and tells him of her problem.
Turns out he was supposed to meet a friend there,but the friend didnt arrive.And as he has no intention to stay the night-she can have the room.
Relieved Tabby accepts and goes to bed. But unawares of the changed circumstances the missing friend arrives and is shown to the room and summarily gets into the bed. Only to find it already occupied by our heroine.
The man (Vivian Sanders) is not displeased with this. Mistaking her for a lightskirt he kisses her,but is soon disabused of his notion.
In the morning the heroines continues on her journey but cant help but think of that rude man.
She hopes she will never see him again!
But of course this is a historical romance so she will.;)And the misunderstandings will become even bigger when other characters get involved.
This is a light and to tell the truth at times silly book. Yet I liked it. It works if you read it as a farce and doesnt take it too seriously.