The Betrayal of Ambra

The Betrayal of Ambra

by Lyn Brittan

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BN ID: 2940157384951
Publisher: Gryy Brown Press
Publication date: 02/15/2017
Series: Mercenaries of Fortune , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 200
File size: 461 KB

About the Author

Lyn Brittan is the USA Today Bestselling author of the Mercenaries of Fortune Romantic Suspense series, featuring strong women and tough men who love them. She has won two Galaxy Awards for her Sci-Fi Romance series, The Outer Settlement Agency, while Book Riot and TwinjaBooks have both placed her Steampunk Mystery novel, The Clocks of London, on Speculative Fiction must read lists.

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The Betrayal of Ambra 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
n7kk7br00ks More than 1 year ago
OMG AMBRA are back and brilliant as ever! This time around we have the Scorching hot Scotsman Rem (yes I am biased thank you!) and Lisa, sister of the Dragon himself! She has been resurrected from her "death" and brought back within the fold and not all of her siblings are happy that she is back! Kent especially seems to take it quite hard. Lisa has been isolated for almost a year and she has lost everything, her family, her job and more than likely escaped jail through her "death". But once again Dragon has called her to duty and as with all Avery's duty comes first. Enter Scotland's ace pilot and all around hunk of alphaness himself Reginald Remington. This should be his last mission before taking a training position so he can take over care for his orphaned nephew. But when betrayal hits close to his tight circle of friends and interferes in his quest for revenge against his brothers killer, he really resents the heck out of Lisa, probably as much as he lusts after her! Adventures through Eastern Europe, some truly memorable scenes include a bowling alley and the top deck of a car park, I kid you not! Spectacularly well written and characters that you equally could smother with love or a pillow! My only quibble was that no self respecting Scotsman would be called Reginald! LOL But I am glad to have another Scotsman breaking hearts the world over!!!!