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LOVE AND LET SPY
by Shana Galen

Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England and Europe

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Well known for her delightful adventure historicals, Galen raises the bar with Love and Let Spy. This book is a lively, fast-paced and wonderfully creative sensual romance between two extremely different characters. While it seems highly unlikely they would ever converse with one another, circum- stances and their quirky personalities enable them to form an unbreakable bond. This is definitely a book you’ll read more than once.

While the ton believes Jane Bonde a young beauty who turns men’s heads, she is really a spy in England’s secret service. When Dominic Griffyn’s parents insist he marry, he is pleased to see Jane’s name on their “approved” list. Though trained as a secret agent, Jane is socially innocent. Concurrent with her realization that she has no idea what to do with a suitor, she is trying to prevent a French spy ring from assassinating the royal family. Jane has always worked alone, but after Dominic saves her several times, she realizes she can trust him as a partner — and soul mate. (SOURCEBOOKS, Aug., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: SOURCEBOOKS

Published: August 2014

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