Another sparkling talent debuts under the Signet aegis with FAIR GAME (4), a vividly fresh tale of a young miss who discovers not only that her mother is a notorious madam, but that she has been bartered by her unscrupulous parent as payment of an old debt to a wealthy nabob. Can she convince her would-be protector that she would rather live a respectable, if poor, life than become his mistress? More importantly, can she convince herself? Diane Farr proves herself a superior storyteller as she skillfully crafts full-bodied characters of great appeal.

Reviewed by: 
Melinda Helfer