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Miss Miranda Bartlett is on a mission to locate her missing friend. Determined hoyden that she is, she'll do whatever it takes to get the answers she seeks, too, even if that means dressing like a dandy, sneaking into a gaming hell, and surrounding herself with London's worst reprobates. However, she didn't plan on bumping into a Herculean gentleman along the way. The handsome and honorable Lord Harrison Casemore immediately thwarts her plans and seems determined to save her at every turn, making it more than difficult to accomplish her task.

Ever since Harry Casemore spotted the exotic temptress trying to pass herself off as a fop, he's been drawn to her. He hasn't figured out what she's after, but he's fairly certain he'd sell his soul if she'd just let him help her with whatever it is.

©2013 Ava Stone, Inc. (P)2015 Ava Stone, Inc.

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  • Florencia Fontan
  • 25-03-15

Loved it!

Sweet and Romantic Story. I could not stop laughing through out the story! The narrator's voice and intonation were really good.

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  • CEK
  • 04-11-18

The narrator ruins it! Buy the print version.

This story was a nice, well written and enjoyable story. I just wish I had purchased the ebook and not the Audible version. I can forgive the narrator for slow speaking (since I can listen at 1.25 speed). I can forgive a narrator for not distinguishing the different voices as well as they should. I CANNOT forgive a narrator for using the same high-pitched girly voice for both the young heroine and a hero who is described as "Hercules." No! Ruined the whole thing for me.