Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, and George MacDonald wrote novels set in 1800s Britain, and they continue to be hugely popular within both secular and Christian markets. Readers love to travel back to a time of gilded carriages, grand balls, proper gentlemen and gentlemens' daughters. But Lawana's readers know they also will find great character development and surprise plot twists. Book Three in her Tales of London series is set in the fascinating world of the London theatre at the close of the nineteenth century. Wardrobe mistress Bethia Rayborn incites the wrath of Muriel Pearce Holt, the new leading lady at London's Royal Court Theatre. Muriel plots revenge, but in scheming to steal Bethia's true love, she may lose the truest love she has ever known.