When the Marquis of Sherwood declines her invitation to a society occasion with the scathing comment that he has no wish to spend his time with debutantes, whom he believes are half-witted, gauche, stupid, and not well-educated, Lady Katherine Wick is incensed. Even more so when she discovers that he apparently prefers the company of the Gaiety Girls, the femmes fatales of the theatrical set. She resolves to teach him a lesson by enlisting her dear friend Lavina Vernon and her most beautiful, talented, and witty friends to pose as Gaiety Girls at an unchaperoned party at the Marquis' country mansion to prove that society girls are intelligent as well as glamorous.
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- Editorial: BARBARA CARTLAND
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