Lucinda Curtis is in quite the pickle but it’s possible that she’ll be able to pick up the pieces of her life and turn it into something good. Leaving behind her past that brought ruin to families, Lucinda builds a respectable life for herself while living with her aunt and uncle.
Seth Westcott and his sister have just lost their mother, leaving them orphans. Stuck at West Point his sister must wrap up things out west. But when she’s conned out of their money Seth, the perfect cadet, attempts to get himself assigned to the cavalry by becoming the worst cadet in the history of the academy. As he begins his fall from grace and Lucinda ascends to her place in society the two find they may have more in common than they thought.
What can I say – it was a Siri Mitchell story. She rarely disappoints. Add her storytelling skills to one of my favorite time periods and you have a recipe for success. I really liked this story. What it lacked in action it made up for in substance, humor, and well-grounded characters. It’s a very delightful tale that left me far from being disappointed. If you are considering reading this story then I highly suggest you pop that book open now – you’re going to love it!
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