Most Eagerly Yours (Her Majesty's Secret Servants Series #1)

Most Eagerly Yours (Her Majesty's Secret Servants Series #1)

by Allison Chase

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First in a spectacular new series of historical romance-sexy with a touch of intrigue.

Raised on their uncle's country estate, the four orphaned Sutherland sisters formed a close friendship with the young Princess Victoria. Shortly before her coronation as queen, Victoria asks the sisters to serves her in matters requiring the utmost discretion.

They are to become her secret servants. The first to serve is Laurel- who poses as a widow to uncover a traitor, and discovers instead an irresistible rogue conducting his own undercover investigation.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780451228949
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 03/02/2010
Series: Her Majesty'S Secret Servants Series , #1
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.20(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Raised in New England, Allison Chase began a career in publishing as an assistant editor for a reference book publisher and, later, as a biography writer. But it was in romance fiction that she discovered her passion. These days Allison makes her home in South Florida with her husband of twenty-five years and two teenage daughters.

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Most Eagerly Yours 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1830 the four orphaned Sutherland sisters became close friends of Princess Victoria. She trusts the siblings with her own safety so she asks them to go undercover to investigate potential threats the Crown. They agree. Victoria believes her cousin Lord Munster George Fitzclarence is plotting something seditious and nasty. She asks Laurel to pretend to be a widow in order to learn if he is and if yes what he intends to do. At the same time she begins her masquerade ploy, agent Aidan Phillips is working undercover to identify who is behind a financial scandal that includes homicide. Aidan is attracted to the widow, but fears she is Fitzclarence's partner. The first Sutherland called to duty; Laurel is a superb early Victorian Era heroine. Her cat and mouse dangerous game with Aidan is fun to follow as neither trusts the other while sharing in common a need to uncover Fitzclarence's seditious acts and a need of love. Fitzclarence was a real historical person which enhances the story line by bringing a genuineness to the entertaining plot. Fast-paced, fans will enjoy the opening act of Her Majesty's Secret Servants as dueling investigations lead to a traitor and love. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read - original characters, historical setting, well written.
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bklvr16 More than 1 year ago
The premise of this book (actually a series of books the rest coming later) is four orphaned sisters raised by their bachelor uncle as neighbors to the future Queen Victoria. They promise to come to her aid if she ever needs then as her 'Secret Servants'. In other words, they will spy or do other clandestine work for their Queen. The first sister, Laurel is asked to pose as a wealthy widow in order keep an eye on Victoria's jealous cousin, George Fitzclarence. She butts heads with Aidan Phillips, the Earl of Barensforth, an undercover agent for the Home Office and a good friend to Fitzclarence. There is murder, a financial hoax and other mayhem. And of course, even though Fitzclarence (who is a bastard son of the late King) shows interest in Laurel, her heart belongs to Barensforth. This is the first in a series for the Sutherland sisters. I really enjoyed Laurels story and can not wait to read Ivy, Holly & Willow's stories.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
BORING. I love romances that keep me engaged and flipping through the pages as fast as I can. This book just didn't do that for me. I was easily able to put it aside and at one point even forgot that I hadn't finished it yet.