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THE LADY LIES
by Samantha Saxon

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Regency England

2005 First Historical Romance Award Winner

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Lady Celeste Rivenhall, first in a band of lady spies working undercover for the British during the Napoleonic Wars, has a most intriguing and dangerous mission: pose as Napoleon's mistress while sending information to the head of British intelligence.

Lord Essex, Aiden Duhearst, is handed to her as a prisoner of war. Celeste knows how important Aiden is to England's winning the war. She sets him free, but not without a heavy price—she earns his undying hatred.

Fate throws them together when Celeste returns to London with orders
to find a traitor and Aiden stands in her way. Convinced she is the one to watch after a woman is murdered, Aiden
shadows her until their mutual desire explodes. Caught in the game of espionage, the lovers team up to discover
the truth and save England.

Sexy, exciting and intensely emotional, Saxon's debut will have readers at the edge of their seats, eagerly waiting to see what Celeste and Aiden will get into next. SENSUAL (Jun., 384 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Berkley Sensation

Published: June 2005

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