Two young friends devise an impetuous scheme to allow them to enjoy a London season. While one of them is a considerable heiress with great social standing, the other is merely the daughter of a lodging-house owner.

Both face certain ruination if their masquerade should be discovered. Lovely Frederica must keep her rich and impulsive friend from eloping with a nasty scoundrel, while attempting to keep her own heart, and secret, safe from a devilishly handsome lord.

Sandra Heath writes with her usual great form, and this delightfully entertaining little romp has enough mischief and misunderstandings to satisfy the most ardent fan. FALSE STEPS keeps all the young lovers on their toes in a fast-paced, romantic whirl of a story. (Jan., 224 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed by: 
Teresa Roebuck