Richard Saracen felt that he owed young Gael Cassella something;after all, he had persuaded her to sell him the horse on which he hadset his heart. So when she confided that what she longed for most of all was to go to 'swinging London' he arranged for her to have awinter there. Certainly it was all a far cry from the quiet country lifeGael had longed to get away from - but would it make her anyhappier? For she had to admit that she didn't really fit in with thesmart society people with whom she was now mixing. And worse,she had fallen in love with Richard - who was more than a littleinvolved with the sophisticated Sally Vayle . . .