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Not my favorite Heyer of all tome, but still a charming love story between two adults, each of whom knows his/her own mind, who are drawn together by intelligence, social awareness, and humor. One of her better Regencies—and, I think, the first one I read where the heroine, although several years younger than the hero, was not the 17-year-old beauty but a woman of sense. For that reason alone, I had fond menories of it, and this reread fulfilled those positive memories.