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Lord Peter's Page by Maureen Mackey
Disguised as a boy, she stows away in a carriage bound for Bath, where her sympathetic aunt lives. At the reins is Lord Peter Randolph, son of the Duke of Wickersham, and his friend Geordie. Hidden in the carriage, Charlotte hopes to get to Bath undetected by the men, but a carriage accident and an unplanned night at an inn makes that plan go awry.
Lord Peter soon sees through her disguise, but not before “the boy” proves to be a hopeless assistant, unable to polish a boot or tie a cravat. When Lord Peter discovers his clumsy page is a young miss, he and Geordie go to extraordinary lengths to protect her reputation. They bring her with them to Randolph House, where her presence disrupts another arranged marriage in progress. To make matters worse, Lord Peter’s mother, the Duchess of Wickersham, accuses Charlotte of stealing the family rubies.
As Charlotte struggles to clear her name, she realizes the naïve affection she felt for Cyril is nothing compared to the passion she develops for Lord Peter. But is it too late for Lord Peter’s “page” to win his heart?
Here's what the critics say:
**** "This is one of the best and funniest regencies I have ever read . . . It is a rarity that one finds an author who can make you laugh out loud while never once compromising the discriminating taste of the regency reader . . . LORD PETER'S PAGE has everything a regency fan would expect to find among the best of the genre's writings." - Tell Tale Press