"Previously published by Signet/New American Library in 1992"--T.p. verso
"Beautiful and brilliant Miss Ellen Grimsley considers it a scandal that she cannot attend Oxford simply because she's female, while a dashing dunderhead like her older brother, Gordon, is perfectly free to pursue the education of her dreams. That's why Miss Grimsley sees nothing wrong with donning her brother's robes to do his work for him - even though she knows society would reel in shock at the merest hint of such a notion."--Cover, p.