When mousy Rosie Lacey believes she is dying, she journeys to London to live with her notorious Aunt Fanny in MISS LACEYS LAST FLING (4) by Candice Hern. Once there, she creates for herself the character of Rosalind, a beautiful, self-confident and wild young woman, determined to taste life. Max Davenport, on the other hand, has long since tired of the social whirl and finds little to cure his ennui. That is, until the arrival of a certain young woman, whose frank delight in life has him seeing the world with new eyes. Ms. Hern pens both believable and likeable characters, while writing with a wit and style that easily reflects the period itself.

Reviewed by: 
Teresa Roebuck