Brazen in Blue

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2020 - 352 pages
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Rachael Miles' fifth Muses' Salon novel is a spinster meets spy tale that dazzles with wit, passion and historical detail. An expert in voice recollection and mimicry, Lady Emmeline Hartley is called to assist Adam Montclair of the Home Office on a case uncovering a plot against the government. As Emmeline and Adam race to save unmask the agents of chaos, they are drawn into a deadly world of deception and danger - even as their passion for each other grows.

Lady Emmeline Hartley has overcome every obstacle life has thrown her way. A spinster, disappointed in love, Em is on the brink of a marriage of convenience, when the man who rejected her heart reappears in need of her help. It gives Em a chance to escape, put to use one her most unusual talents--and perhaps convince him once and for all to risk his heart...

Adam Montclair one of the most successful agents at the Home Office rubs elbows with the highest levels of society. Even so, he wasn't to the manor born. No matter how much he desires Em, as a match he is completely unsuitable. While it pains him to be near her, it's a punishment he richly deserves. Now on a mission to uncover a plot against the government, Adam knows Em's uncanny ability to recall voices will be essential. Yet as the two thwart the dangers in their path, it may become impossible to deny that Em is essential to happiness itself...

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Brazen in Blue

User Review  - Rachael Miles - Publishers Weekly

Book five in Miles’s The Muses’ Salon series (after Reckless in Red) delivers heady Regency romance featuring a refreshing heroine and a tantalizing mystery. Lady Emmeline Hartley permanently injured ... Read full review

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About the author (2020)

Rachael Miles has always loved a good romance, especially one with a bit of suspense and preferably a ghost. She is also a professor of book history and nineteenth-century literature whose students frequently find themselves reading the novels of Ann Radcliffe and other gothic tales. A native Texan, Rachael lives with her indulgent husband, three rescued dogs, and an ancient cat. Visit her at

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