Book Review

THE SPYMASTER'S LADY
by Joanna Bourne

Genre: Historical Romance, England, Georgian Period, France
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Georgian England and France

2008 Historical Romantic Adventure Nominee

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Bourne debuts with an emotionally powerful action-adventure thriller reminiscent of Elizabeth Boyle and Madeline Hunter. With its twists, surprises galore, spies and counter-spies and trust and distrust, this intricate, marvelous story captivates.

Annique Villiers, the elusive spy known as the Fox Cub, has outwitted, outmaneuvered and outfoxed every man she's ever met, until British spymaster Robert Grey steps into a French prison. Grey's mission is to capture the Cub and uncover exactly what she knows and who she works for.

As enemies, they hate one another; as fellow prisoners they must band together to escape. Their truce is filled with suspicion, but there's also a spark of something more — a forbidden passion that threatens their missions. As they flee through the countryside, pursued by enemies left and right, their tense alliance hangs on a thread. Surrounded by deception, piled-on secrets and heaped-on lies that go back decades, Grey and Annique become a force to be reckoned with in a world gone mad. (Berkley Sensation, Jan., 373 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Berkley Sensation

Published: January 2008

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