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This review is from: Masquerading the Marquess (Mass Market Paperback)
Calliope Minton is never far from scandal. Her greatest pleasure is capturing the nobility at thier worst. Donning a daring disguise, she poses as a society courtesan to get closer to london's leading bachelor. However, her ruse might have brought Calliope TOO close to her favourite target: James Trenton, Marquess of Angelford, a man who appears less foolish and more dashing with every meeting...
James is certain the enchantress is hiding something - and she is driving him mad... with desire and curiosity. Alread occupied with trying to expose the 'artist' who has been humiliating him in the papers, James does NOT need another mystery! but all the lady's secrets will be revealed when the are forced to join together to find a vanished mutual acquaintance - and perilous circumstances tosses the marquess's bewitching, irresistable adversary into his arms
I absolutly loved this book, Calliope was the perfect strong female, with a strong sense of adventure and a strong character. and James is just the epitome of the perfect romantic hero, (Dee is Callie's adopted sister, and the perfect wicked sidekick, shes is so fiesty, like Call, but more dramatic, this book had the perfect mixture of suspense and perfect finish.
NB to any future readers, make sure you note the difference between the characters Roth, and Holt, I was quite tired when i read this for the first time and I kept getting them mixed up! maybe should of chosen more distinctivly different names! but thats my only grouch with a wonderful book, i will definitly be reading more Anne Mallory! ENJOY!