The final novel in the Rose Hunters trilogy features the impulsive Charlotte Nash, who intends to continue her father's work as a secret agent to unmask the traitor who let him die.

Charlotte risks her reputation as a lady by masquerading as London's "naughtiest" miss to catch the eye of suspected French spy Comte St. Lyon. Coincidentally, she attracts Dand Ross' attention—and his unwanted protection.

Rose Hunter Dand has vowed to watch over the only unwed Nash sister, and when Charlotte's scheme plays straight into his work for the crown, they become a team. Masquerading as a besotted man and his mistress, these conspirators play out a dangerous game that takes them from ballrooms to dark corners to uncover the secret evil behind a master plan that goes back to their past.

Perfectly blending adventure, humor, passion, history and a dynamic hero and heroine, Brockway brings her trilogy to a rousing close. She makes it so easy to fall in love with dashing Dand and cheer daring Charlotte on that you'll enjoy surrendering your disbelief just to spend time with them. SENSUAL (May, 432 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin