This is a really fun book about a complete hoyden who turns people's lives upside down. For their own good, of course.
I give it four and a half stars instead of five only because there are a couple of little things that made me uncomfortable. Heyer's very good at historical accuracy, but I guess I'm comfortable in my little politically correct modern world. However, I'm also persistent when the rest of the book is so good, so I was able to set those things aside for the most part and enjoy the story.
I especially love the last lines. Remembering them makes me smile even hours after I finished the book.