When Juliana's grandfather informs her that she is to be courted by an impoverished earl, she rebels and forms a plan of escape. Posing as Juliette, a French ballet dancer, the young heiress meets and is swept away by the dashing "Lord Dare," only to discover in the midst of their grand passion that neither is who they seem. A forced engagement leads to a better understanding between them, but Juliana is still convinced that the earl's interest rests more with her fortune than with herself.

Greene takes a complicated situation and renders it both believable and enjoyable in its untangling, as the lovely Juliana falls victim to THE REDWYCK CHARM. (Nov., 224 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed by: 
Teresa Roebuck