"HE HAS ALREADY DECIDED IT IS NOT WORTHWHILE TO TEACH ME!"
Sally Merryn was very pretty and almost eighteen. And all her life, her one passion had been to play the flute.
The fact that she had little talent for such a sensitive instrument did not stop her. Nor did her feelings for her handsome tutor, Tony Armstrong, who had disguised his real identity as Lord Wyndmont because he was afraid he had inadvertently killed his brother.
Sally found him most exasperating. Tony was so apprehensive about being discovered that he forced himself to think of her as a mere child--and treated her accordingly. Until the night of Sir Despard's ball, when the real villains came unmasked....