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This is a rags to riches romance about an exceedingly beautiful, poor, young girl (Thurley Ruxton) who is mentored by one of New York’s elite hostesses. In order to draw them into her social circle, she allows all the famous and moneyed populous of Gothem to believe that Thurley is the princess Thurvinia hiding in New York to escape an arranged marriage. This causes all manner of high drama and romance with a suitable ending.
I found this book to be interesting and full of suspense. And I think the reader, Paul Hansen, only added to my pleasure. The only part that sounded boring was the introduction of each chapter, but once he started reading the chapter he was very good at matching the intonation of his voice to each character.
Agree, boring reader, but he CAN read which is than some I have heard which are boring and can't read, either. The book was rather "amazing" most of the time and quite predictable, but interesting enough to keep listening.