Marcel Brown is a ladies' man who lives up to his nickname, Casanova. But even the real Casanova knew where to draw the line, and Marcel refuses to date co-workers. Diana Guy has her plate full. She takes care of her ailing grandmother and is occupied with her job as secretary to Marcel.

Diana knows her relationship with her employer could never be anything more than professional. But when a mutual friend invites him to a masquerade ball, Diana leaps at the opportunity to spend at least one night in disguise with him.

Byrd has created a wonderful fairy tale. This classic Cinderella story is innovative in style, and the characters are fascinating. You'll look forward to the next book in the series. (Apr., 283 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
T.L. Burton