Annabelle has fallen in love with her sister Minerva's fiancé, Lord Sylvester, and is determined to take him away from her. She is convinced Sylvester really loves her and not her sister. But what about the Marquis of Brabington who has shown an interest in her in the past - could marrying him make her feel she is one up on her sister? What happens to Annabelle when she finds out that what she thinks she wants might not be what she really wants makes a fast paced and amusing tale.
At the start of the story Annabelle is a fairly unpleasant character but she gradually learns that she must change if she is to achieve happiness. I loved the scenes Annabelle creates when she is trying to be an adult, they are amusing and at times laugh out loud funny especially when she tries using slang she has overheard without knowing what it means. But Annabelle is far from stupid and gradually learns from her mistakes.
This is the second book in the Six Sisters series and it is every bit as good as the first book - Minerva (The Six Sisters Series)
If you enjoy light hearted Regency romps with interesting and believable characters then you will enjoy this book and the series. Those who have read `Minerva' may be pleased to know that the marvellously comic character, Lady Godolphin, appears in this one too.