Two books in 1 volume
Miranda's Masquerade by Meg Alexander
Believing Lord Adam Heston was about to propose, Miranda's twin sister, Fanny, flatly refused to see him. So Miranda reluctantly agreed to play the part of her sister and politely refuse his offer — only to find Adam's intentions were otherwise! In her rage, Miranda threatened breach of promise and found herself engaged! Worse, Adam played "Fanny's" devoted lover to the hilt, both in society and, to her delight, in private. And Miranda soon realized that if she revealed the truth, she would lose the one thing that really mattered to her now — Adam!
Lord Adam Heston and Miranda
Gifford's Lady by Claire Thornton
Miss Abigail Summers watched in shocked fascination from her window as a man leaped stark naked from his bed in the house across the way. He looked to be fighting the worst of nightmares. Embarrassment rapidly overcame female curiosity when they were introduced the following day. Sir Gifford Raven was a man of action, not at all comfortable in Bath's polite society, which was why the penniless Miss Summers intrigued him. Her dress was dowdy, but beneath her shyness he detected an impulsive young woman, a kindred spirit who could help drive his devils away!
Sir Gifford Raven and Miss Abigail Summers