'Alexander's characterisations are lively...her characters are well rounded.' PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Madeleine Ardingley is shocked to learn that her beloved father is a liar and a cheat. The innocent, convent-educated girl is swept into the Parisian demi-monde and finds it not to her liking, though it appears to her cousin, Lord Janus Chilcote, that she is very much her father's daughter. Two years later, Madeleine is forced to appeal to the charity of the family in England she barely knows. Her quiet dignity and gentle manners soon win their affections, but Janus is as cynical as ever. However, Madeleine is to discover that he is a truer friend than she had ever imagined...
Used availability for Kate Alexander's Dawn
January 1999 : UK Hardback
December 1996 : UK Hardback