Gage Weston has a couple of reasons for agreeing to serve as a ROYAL SPY (2). Protecting the fragile peace between his country, Montebello, and Tamir is important, but avenging the death of his partner and closest friend is at the forefront of his thinking. So, Gage enters Tamir, determined to prove someone in the Sheik's inner circle is not what they seem—even if that someone is Princess Nadia, the beautiful and independent thinker in the country that values subservient women. Valerie Parv skillfully takes readers into a culture they can only imagine, although the plotline is thin. (#1154)

Reviewed by: 
Debbie Richardson