Bound by undeserved scandal, two young debutantes find themselves unmarriageable . . . unforgettable . . . and unstoppable . . .
An unjust fall from grace may have sent the formerly prim and proper Miss Dorothea Oakley-White into hiding, but she refuses to be silenced. Using a pen name, the brainy beauty takes great delight in skewering the hypocrisies of the ton in The Ladies’ Moral Intelligencer. Only her latest target—the dashing rake, Lord Layburne—has hunted her down, demanding she stop her attacks at once. Spirited Dorothea promises she will—if only he can restore her rightful position in society . . . When Layburne discovers his nemesis is none other than lovely Thea, who blames him for the scandalous end to her engagement, he’s intrigued by the challenge she offers. But once he agrees to her conditions, he’s enamored with the idea of seducing Thea himself. Will his powerful desire dishonor her forever? Or will it make the ton’s most celebrated scoundrel a husband at long last? “Wickedly sexy and just as witty, Miranda Neville is one to watch!” —Lisa Kleypas
About the Author
Miranda Neville grew up in England and studied at Oxford University where she learned that the most interesting thing about history was the way, through the ages, people both change and stay the same. She also likes lavish costumes and wishes men still wore breeches and tall boots. She now lives in Vermont with a cat and a ridiculously large collection of Christmas ornaments. She enjoys skiing and writing romances set in Regency England where it hardly ever snows. She loves to hear from readers and can be reached on Facebook, Twitter or through her website. Learn more about Miranda and her books at www.mirandaneville.com.