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Scandalous Miranda by Susan Sizemore
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Jul 30, 08

bookshelves: romance, 2008
Read in July, 2008

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Lady Miranda Hartwell does not care what society thinks –– and if she wishes to employ a male personal secretary, she will! Of course it was not her specific intention to hire one as devastatingly handsome as Andrew "MacGregor." And she certainly never dreamed she'd be so attracted to this fiery cauldron of secrets –– who seems oddly, intriguingly familiar...

Andrew MacLeod is ready to abandon his life as a master spy, until he is talked into accepting one final assignment. Protecting the lovely, independent Miranda will not be easy, for the lady must notice how he is always there to rescue her from the increasingly troubling "accidents" in her home. And surely she can feel the heat of the passion she inspires within him –– which may prove a fatal distraction, now that he's drawn the unsuspecting beauty into a most dangerous game...

*clucks her tongue a couple of times* I'm vaguely remembering this. I remember the first half of the book... OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH, RIGHT!!! The one with the mysterious Italian guy named Dante! Of course! Oh, yes!! Okay, this book was Victorian and Andrew was a spy and now he feels like he's obliged to protect Miranda, so he applies to be her secretary/traveling companion.

This was one of those books where you're reading and you're like, "Wait a second.... WHAT??? What's he TALKING about??? Am I EVER going to understand what happened???" Where the back story of the characters is kinda mysterious, and you find out SLOWLY what's ACTUALLY going on. It was very very intriguing. The whole Dante thing.... I was like, "WHO THE HELL IS THIS DANTE GUY??? AND WHY DO BOTH ANDREW AND MIRANDA KEEP THINKING ABOUT THEM????"

Very good. Very suspenseful... :) 4 stars, for sure.
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