The Wild Warriners steal hearts, but none more than youngest brother Jake, whose secrets and sensuality draw readers into Heath’s lively, stylish romance filled with adventure and unforeseen passion. Readers will savor the growing relationship between a savvy spy and a clever schoolmistress as they navigate the thin line between love and death, and the exciting plot points and quick pacing. Heath has ended her series on a high note!

Of the four Warriner brothers, Jacob “Jake” Warriner seems bound to continue the family tradition of scandalous behavior. In truth, he is no rogue, but an operative for the Crown on a mission to expose a smuggling ring. His task is to seduce his target’s innocent niece. Felicity Blunt is not the debutante Jake imagines. She is a 25-year-old school mistress, and she’s quite immune to his charms. Jake is intrigued by the outspoken Felicity, especially when she spurns his attempts at flirting. When Felicity refuses to be trapped in her uncle’s marriage plot, she finds an ally in Jake. However, as soon as she agrees to help him with his mission, she places herself and their newfound love in danger. (HARLEQUIN HISTORICAL, May, 288 pp., $6.50)

Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin