Lady Miranda Hartwell’s unusual predilection for independent behavior is contrary to all of society’s dictates. She does as she pleases and to hell with what the gossips of the ton think. So what if she has hired a male personal secretary. So what if she plans to travel to Italy with her deliciously handsome male secretary Andrew Macgregor—and her attraction to Andrew is also her own business. Still there is something oddly familiar about Mr. Macgregor.
A near fatal shooting in Italy has stolen her memories and dimmed the countenance of a man she aches to find. More than ready to retire from the spy business, Andrew Macleod agrees to one last assignment. Impersonating a man of affairs to protect Lady Miranda from a traitor known to kill to protect his identity will be no easy task. Posing as Miranda’s secretary is the only way he can be on hand to keep her safe from the looming threat. His feelings for her are strong and grow more so every moment he spends in her company. A distraction that could prove fatal for both of them. However, when she begins to suspect something is up, Andrew may have to change tacks or lose the woman of his dreams.
Scandalous Miranda was enchanting. This regency spy game will grab your interest from the beginning to end. Readers not familiar with the other books in the series won’t be at a disadvantage but for curiosity sake you may want to get your hands on Too Wicked To Marry andCaptured Innocence to understand the undercurrents in the story.