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One Night with a Spy
     

One Night with a Spy

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by Celeste Bradley
 

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For years, Lady Julia Barrowby has acted the part of an old man's ornamental bride, never revealing that she has secretly helped the ailing Lord Barrowby in his work with the Royal Four. Now that her husband has died, Julia believes his place in the Four is hers by right. But convincing the remaining members will not be easy, especially with Marcus Ramsay, Lord

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One Night with a Spy 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1810 twenty year old Lady Julia Barrowby is despondent when her beloved spouse septuagenarian Aldus collapses as she owes her life to him and his protection. She insures his time over the next few years is comfortable.----- In 1813, Aldus dies, but to the chagrin of his Royal Four mates, he as the Fox never trained an apprentice to become the Fox. Cobra, Lion, and Falcon and the Prime Minister travel to Barrowby concerned as the Royal Four has always been there to protect England from outside agents. At Barrowby, the widow Julia claims she is the Fox and has been for over three years. The Lion¿s protégé Marcus Ramsay is sent undercover to learn the truth. Marcus, expecting a gold-digger, reads her secret diary and decides to use her desires against her. Instead he finds himself falling in love with the ¿Vixen¿, who he realizes is better as the clever Fox than he is while an enemy of the state from her past plans to take advantage of a mere female.----- The third book in the Royal Four series (see SURRENDER TO A WICKED SPY and TO WED A SCANDALOUS SPY) is a terrific gender bending entry starring a strong woman who believes her deeds prove a female can be a contributing member. The key to this fine Regency romantic suspense is the change in Marcus initially he assumes that his female rival is cotton candy of an old man, but as he falls in love he begins to realize Julia is better at the job than he is and not only wants to be her spouse and lover, but also her student. Readers will enjoy this strong entry in an exhilarating series with the climax to come.----- Harriet Klausner
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Always love Celeste Bradley books! This has a good twist or two. Very entertaining!
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I totally love Mrs. Bradley's series of the Liars and the Royal Four. I haven't been reading in order but I love the few I have read so far. This specific novel was quite the love story. It was dramatic, heart-breaking, awe-inspiring, honest, and emotional. One can find themselves laughing at one point, angry at the next, and then sighing with the beauty of it all! Enjoy romance readers! This is a true joy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is wonderful book with great characters and story. Emotionally moving with a strong accomplished woman as the heroine. I know I'm waxing poetic but I really loved this whole series and this one in particular. :'
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Buzzes. Skandar's voice comes over the line. “Mike, this is Skandar. Please come to the weapons lab. I have a lead on the orb. I'll be waiting for you.” There is another buzz as the intercom connection is disconnected.