Miranda's Folly

When Miranda ran away from home she did not dream anyone would stop her For she had disguised herself as a boy and was certain she would be safe from the unwelcome advances of strange men She had not counted on the intrusion of Lord Dornford, who in a drunken moment broke into her room at the inn And discovered the truth of her gender Whic h of course requWhen Miranda ran away from home she did not dream anyone would stop her For she had disguised herself as a boy and was certain she would be safe from the unwelcome advances of strange men She had not counted on the intrusion of Lord Dornford, who in a drunken moment broke into her room at the inn And discovered the truth of her gender Whic h of course required that she spin a tale Which Lord Dornford did not believe for a moment He decided to take a hand in her futurea future that held a promise he dared not dream aloud.
Miranda s Folly When Miranda ran away from home she did not dream anyone would stop her For she had disguised herself as a boy and was certain she would be safe from the unwelcome advances of strange men She had not

  • Title: Miranda's Folly
  • Author: Rachelle Edwards
  • ISBN: 9780708951859
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Miranda's Folly”

    1. Pretty ridiculous story of a nobleman's daughter who runs away from their countryside manor disguised as a boy because she is pursuing her crush (her brother's best friend) who resides in London. En route, her disguise is uncovered by a London rake who tries to take advantage of her and seduce her thinks it is a great idea to hire this complete stranger of dubious background and morality to chaperone his beloved younger sister during her debut in London.Our heroine, malcontent to have one of her [...]

    2. cute! enjoyed how Miranda wound herself into a trap of her own making. Enjoyed the ending, Dornford's dry subtle condemnation of Miranda's Godmother for her selfishness to her own plain daughters and his surprisingly uncertain proposal. Though Evangeline was a little too good/sweet and Cornelius was too one dimensional of a suitor, enjoyed how Miranda grew during the course of the book.

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