A Husband's Wicked Ways

A Husband's Wicked Ways

by Jane Feather
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Husband's Wicked Ways 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1809 on the streets of London, Colonel Sir Greville Falconer breaks convention by introducing himself to Widow Aurelia Farnham, a single mom raising her six year old daughter Franny. He tells her he was a friend of her late husband Frederick, a First Lieutenant and has a letter from him for her. She is shocked that Frederick wrote he was spying for England in Spain and the Colonel was his friend as well as an espionage agent. The Colonel further explains her spouse did not die three years ago as she was told by the War Ministry, but this year at the Battle of Corunna. He also says he needs her help to ferret out a Spanish espionage ring working in England. She proves worthy from the onset and hides their spying endeavor by pretending a courtship. They soon fall in love, but his mission has changed somewhat as keeping Aurelia and Franny safe move to the top of the list. The third "wicked" Regency romance (see TO WED A WICKED PRINCE and A WICKED GENTLEMAN), is a fabulous historical espionage thriller with two strong lead characters. The tension grows throughout until the final confrontation as does the attraction. Filled with war intrigue, Jane Feather provides sub-genre fans with a thrilling Napoleonic Era romantic suspense. Harriet Klausner
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Jane Feather can be a little long winded at times but the payoff is still normally good. It's a fun story, that at times is predictable. Not Feather's best work but still enjoyable. I like the bride series better.
srbSH More than 1 year ago
Frederick was caught up in the spy business like Harry Bonham (book 1) and Prince Alex (book 2) and left the navy (presumably dead) to work covertly with Falconer. Aurelia is rocked not only by this incomprehensible behavior of Frederick, but also by her uneasy attraction to the colonel. What's also incredible is that Sir Greville wants to train her to work with him on his latest mission in London to trap a Spanish master spy. Train her - and woo her - he does, and Aurelia shows hidden talents. A well-trained Russian wolfhound, Lyra, serves as Aurelia's formidable bodyguard. Mission accomplished for Aurelia and Greville both in love and war. Well written and enjoyable.
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This book was a little different than the first two as the conflict of the romance wasn't the main focal point but instead, a lot of the book truly focused on the spy work, which I enjoyed. I stayed up all night reading it. Unfortunately, I was extremely disappointed in the ending. Nothing is worse in my eyes than the lack of research to verify dates/data within a book. Top that off with the big climatical scene literally happening in a blink of an eye...I almost missed it and had to re-read it just to make sure that was it. Overal, a fun read for a day ..or night...you want to kill doing nothing but relax.