Diana Butterwick and Michael Pennington have one thing in common - they find themselves cast out and shamed in Regency Britain through injustice and deceit. In Finding Diana, Kathleen Judd skilfully takes the reader along their respective journeys as they attempt to unravel the wrongs perpetrated against them. When Mrs Firbeck and her sharp talking daughter, Lucy, arrive at a party in the Pennington home the stage is set for crimes that will take years to solve. But not before Diana loses her status and her betrothed and Michael loses all respect for and closes all ties with the Pennington name. On this emotional ride, with Diana hiding behind anonymity and Michael sent to the war on a commission, upon his return, Finding Diana will be the only way he can repair their past.