Monte Bolstridge, the third, last in line to carry on the family name must marry in six months or his father’s
fortune will go to the servants. Overhead by a butler, he and the other servants plot to keep the young man from
marrying. Their scheme falls on the shoulders of a servant whose daughter is coming from America. Cynthia Pratt
travels to London to see her mother. No longer a skinny, ugly duckling but a matured beautiful swan, she’s
disguised into an overweight, plain Jane. When he discovers her disguise, Monte’s outraged but realizes he
loved her before discovering her beauty and has to court her into his arms.
Many characters in this book have accents and or different speech patterns. The author has attempted to illustrate this phonically. These are not spelling errors.