I loved this book, my second one by this author, and sped right through it.
Kitty and Henrietta have been friends forever. They were both born into wealthy families. One a family with roots and wealth and one a newly made wealthy family. Their adventures in this book are fun and frequent.
When Kitty is told that she needs to settle down and told who she will marry, she spends her time finding a way out of this deal. What she comes up with is risky and pretty darn crazy.
An excellent read set at a time (1950) when women were just starting to see this new thing called "independence".
Thanks to Crown Publishing and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.