Meek Miranda Granville comes alive at the pianoforte--except when Andrew Owen is beside her. His playing moves her, but his critiques of her spoil the effect.
As for Andrew, he only wants to share his training with her, but he always seems to botch it. The trouble is he’d rather run his fingers over her than the keyboard, but she’s promised to his rogue of a cousin.
When his cousin stands her up at the village bonfire, Andrew gets his chance to strike a chord with Miranda, but to do it, he’ll have to outplay both his rival and Miranda's father.
Fans of Elizabeth Johns, Melanie Dickerson and Georgette Heyer will love this sweet and intelligent Regency romance novella (approximately 19,500 words) written in the tradition of Jane Austen. Originally appeared in the With this Ring anthology published by Zebra Books (Kensington).