Elizabeth Powell loves a good story, and a good Regency above all! A native of northern California, this 2004 RITA award finalist currently lives in the Midwest with her plush and pampered henchcat. When she's not writing about the rogues and rapscallions of the ton, she enjoys reading, research, and raiding the sale rachs at DSW.
The Traitor's Daughter: Signet Regency Romance (InterMix)by Elizabeth Powell
Available digitally for the first time—a classic Signet Regency Romance about a young woman torn between passion and honor. Amanda Tremayne’s father, a well-respected naval officer, was wrongly accused of treason and sentenced to death. Before his execution, he charged his only daughter with the daunting task of clearing his name and exposing the real traitor. Her investigation leads her to the handsome and adventurous Captain Sir Jonathan Everly—and the devastating revelation that the man she can’t resist is one of the very men who sentenced her father to death.Keep an eye out for Elizabeth Powell’s A Reckless Bargain,coming in April 2012 with a beautiful new package.
- Penguin Publishing Group
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- 933 KB
- Age Range:
- 18 Years
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Adventurous, romantic, fun spy novel...this was a great read! I'll be checking out more of her stories.
This is a great read! Note: Lord Bainbridge is introduced here before he appears as the central character of A Reckless Bargain.
Elizabeth Powell's debut novel is an engrossing tale of a woman fighting to clear her father's name, who falls in love with one of the men who condemned her father to death. This quick-paced story sucks the reader in from the very beginning. I read it in one sitting. The romance is touchingly developed, and the adventure scenes will have you on the edge of your seat! This is one of the best debut Regencies I've read and I will definitely be looking for more Powell titles in the future.