Shores of Desire [NOOK Book]

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The handsome English soldier who goes by the name of Robert Melton has secrets…secrets that Emma Blair must never discover. Namely – that he is a spy working for the French Republic.

But Emma Blair so resembles Robert’s late wife that he can’t stay away from her – nor can she resist a dangerous officer whose call to duty reminds her of her late husband.

In the midst of war,...
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Shores of Desire

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Overview

The handsome English soldier who goes by the name of Robert Melton has secrets…secrets that Emma Blair must never discover. Namely – that he is a spy working for the French Republic.

But Emma Blair so resembles Robert’s late wife that he can’t stay away from her – nor can she resist a dangerous officer whose call to duty reminds her of her late husband.

In the midst of war, blood feuds and terrible family secrets, Emma and Robert must learn to abandon all caution if they ever hope to find a lasting and truthful love.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013694958
  • Publisher: NYLA
  • Publication date: 1/20/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 260
  • Sales rank: 245,743
  • File size: 429 KB

Meet the Author

Tracy Grant has been making up stories as long as she can remember and writing them down since third grade when she was assigned writing a story and realized she had a wealth of characters and plots inside her head. She studied British history at Stanford University and received the Firestone Award for Excellence in Research for her honors thesis on shifting conceptions of honor in late fifteenth century England. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she is on the board of the Merola Opera Program, a training program for professional opera singers, coaches, and stage directors. For more information about her books, please visit her website at http://www.tracygrant.org.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2013

    Good historical, intriguing, well researched spy romance

    I have been a fan of Tracy/Teresa Grant since reading "The Daughter of the Game" which is now known as "Secrets of a Lady". This is one of her earlier works but still has romance, war, intrigue, rich historical background and a difficult to put down story. GoodReads calls it #3 of a quartet, but the author's own chronology on her website calls it #2. Whichever order, its a good story, however her 2nd series is still one of my favorites. I would re-read this one, but have re-read "Secrets" and its immediate prequel countless times already. If you want to read this one, I do recommend reading #1 first. It makes much more of this one make sense.

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