The second volume of Petersen's Regency Charlie's Angels series is a pure delight. She combines passion, drama, humor
and action as a seemingly mild-mannered lady and a spymaster pair up to unmask
a killer.

Master code breaker Lady Whittig hasn't worked in the field, but when her best friend and fellow spy is wounded, it's up to her to find the traitor responsible. Lady M and Charlie insist she join forces with Lucas Tyler.

Lucas isn't thrilled about having a partner who appears more comfortable in a library than in a dark alley. But they must put aside their differences. Neither realizes each could be attracted to the other, and their ripening desire makes maintaining a professional relationship difficult. It seems that temptation can be as dangerous as a traitor's schemes. (Avon, Jan., 384 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin