Miranda is a successful lawyer, so why
does she find herself stuck going to a masquerade ball? As
if that isn't bad enough, her best friend squeezes her into
a tight revealing gown, and suggests she have a one night
stand since everyone is to remain masked.
Even worse, once she arrives at the
party she has flashes of a life she hasn't lived, with a man
she's never met. Or has she?
Masque of Desire is an
interesting tale of love, sadness, and hope. I enjoyed the
way Miranda acted out of character and gave in to her
desires. I enjoyed the interaction between the characters.
Even though there wasn't a lot of time for Miranda to change
her thinking, the way things unfolded, her actions were
believable. A real happy ending. I enjoyed reading
Masque of Desire.