Masquerade by Julia Templeton
Publisher: Julia Templeton (August 2012)
121 pages, eBook (purchased myself for $2.99)
Book Rating: 4 Stars
Sensuality: Red Heart
After a stern rebuff from her mother, Brianna had tried to make the best of her unhappily arranged betrothal, but when her twin sister, Angelica, receives word that she also has been betrothed to someone she does not want, Angelica's delicate nature, her vehement resistance to the match and the prospective husband's rakish reputation cause Brianna to agree to a ruse in which she poses as her sister and tries to put an end to the match. Normally, I don't particular go for storylines involving such game playing and deception, but Nicholas (Saxford) wasn't entirely in the dark here, he knew something was up from the beginning and rather than feel frustrated and upset with the girls for the tangled mess they'd gotten themselves into, I really just couldn't wait to see how they got out of it in the end. All the characters were great, and it was a very enjoyable quick read.