Due to unexpected reversals, the Eland family has had to lease Bayley Manor to a rich cit and move to a tiny house in the village. Now Miss Mirabelle and Miss Frances simply despair of ever making a proper match for their niece, Laurel; the poor girl goes nowhere, knows no young gentlemen, and lacks the funds for a London season. What suitors can she possibly meet in hopelessly rustic, out-of-the-way Bayley Dell?
Laurel thought she was content with her quiet country life... until an injured stranger is found on the road and she is called upon to help nurse him. Although her dashing patient can't remember his own name, Laurel quickly forgets herself in his sparkling blue eyes. But his exciting presence soon attracts other members of the ton... until little Bayley Dell is utterly overtaken by gossip, intrigue -- and more beaux than a fortunate young lady can count!
This paperback is in very good condition with a light reader's crease.