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by Anna Randol

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

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With its intriguing plot and an unusually exotic backdrop, Randol‘s story is a sexy thriller readers will gladly immerse themselves in. Randol senses just what her audience craves, grabbing and holding attention with this enthralling, fast-paced adventure and passionate romance while delivering a deliciously seductive read.

After Clayton Campbell uncovered his employer’s embezzlement, he was betrayed by the woman he loved and sentenced to hang — then recruited by the British Secret Service. Olivia Swift couldn’t let Clayton destroy her family. For years she has borne the guilt of his death while rebuilding their business. Now, Clayton reappears ready to destroy everything she has worked for. Before she can convince him of her innocence she is abducted and dragged off to St. Petersburg by Russian revolutionaries who believe she is Clayton’s spy partner. Against his better judgment, Clayton follows the kidnappers and agrees to help them. Aiding Clayton presents Olivia with the opportunity to make amends for her betrayal, but it also places them in danger from the anarchists — and from falling in love. (AVON, Apr., 380 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: AVON

Published: April 2013

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