January 30, 2010

The Spy Master's Lady by Joanna Bourne

Spy MasterAnnique Villiers has been a spy all her life, since she was a little girl she spied upon Italians and Prussians to serve France as her parents had done before her, but when important plans regarding an impending invasion of England, orchestrated by Napoleon, fall into Annique's lap she must decide what to do with them.

Especially since the knowledge of said plans keeps landing her in hot water, as is the case when she finds herself imprisoned by Leblanc - an member of France's Secret Service- who is determined to get the plans out of her, no matter the cost. As it happens, while in Leblanc's prison she meets Mr. Grey, the head of section of the British Secret Service - who was also imprisoned- who has quite a few questions to ask Annique himself. But first they need to make their way out of France and toward relative safety.

And that, my dears, is just the beginning of the story. The Spy Master's Lady is full of intrigue and plots and lots of action. As Annique and Grey fall reluctantly in love, they both have to struggle with their loyalties and The Game of espionage they are engaged in, while many secrets lurk about.


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