Miss Cleopatra Renfield is determined to outwit her elder sisters plan to marry her off to a childhood acquaintance who now happens to be a Marquis.

If her sisters picked him, he must be dull as ditch water, and little Miss Cleo plans on wedding only for passion, excitement and love. However, the Marquis is more dashing than dull, and when he agrees to help her set the ton on its ears, to convince the family that he is not a suitable candidate for marriage, the tongues begin to wag for real. Will these two figure out that they are perfect for one another before Miss Cleos reputation is in shreds?

Regina Scott has delivered on her promise to pen a great love story for dashing Lord Leslie Petersborough, the Marquis of Hastings. Her legion of dedicated fans are sure to be pleased with THE IRREDEEMABLE MISS RENFIELD. (Dec., 252 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed by: 
Teresa Roebuck