Meet Diana Armitage, a young lady who prefers to act like a man. With no ideas of marrying and practising transvestitism so she can ride at the Hunt, she is about to find out all about romance. With the attentions of the known rake, Lord Dantrey and card sharp, Jack Emberton can Diana decide who to make the right marriage with?
Diana passing herself off as David finds that being a man may give you a certain freedom, but it can also lead to problems, especially in London. She isn't the first woman to do so as Lord Saunders recounts the famous true story of Christian Cavenaugh. With loads of incidents, and plotting there is quite a bit here, but alas like the other two novels in this series I have so far read, this does lack a certain amount of humour. There is some here but certain incidents aren't played upon enough for their full humorous qualities.