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SWEET MERCY
by Katharine Kincaid

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Revolutionary War

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Virginia belle Mercy Collier finds creative ways to ward off unwanted suitors. Now she is determined to use her wiles to seduce the Viscount Ian Montjoy, whom she suspects is a British spy.

Ian finds the spirited rebel an alluring and invigorating challenge, and willingly succumbs to her charms. He shares Mercys thirst for freedom from a greedy distant monarch, but his King is blackmailing him to betray the colonists.

Now the only way to protect Mercy is by betraying her; by staying a loyalist and spying for the revolutionaries. Their romance remains a secret as Ian joins the revolution as a double agent. When he is caught and sentenced to hang, Mercy arrives with a bold plan to save the man she loves.

A lively tale from a talented author! Ms. Kincaid brings the Revolutionary War to life in this adventurous romance between an English Lord and a spirited Rebel, enemies and lovers torn between honor and duty, separated by war and danger, fighting for freedom, justice and a future together. SENSUAL (Dec., 380 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Maria C. Ferrer

Publisher: Zebra

Published: December 1999

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