To Wed a Scandalous Spy (Royal Four Series)

To Wed a Scandalous Spy (Royal Four Series)

by Celeste Bradley
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To Wed A Scandalous Spy 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A hilarious beginning, plenty of intrigue, and--most importantly--wonderful characters and a great plot. We get to meet some new characters (I loved Aunt Myrtle!, hated Hammil--who wouldn't?), plus we get to revisit characters from the Liars' Club series, including Kitty 'Trapp' Knight, and Ren Porter. The scenes where Willa and Nathaniel make love come toward the end of the book, but they are hot, steamy, and worth the wait! If you are new to Ms. Bradley's books, I'd recommend that you read the Liars' Club series before you read the Royal Four series, since the Royal Four continues story lines begun in the Liars' Club series.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1813 Nathaniel Stonewall chases after Sir Lucien Foster, the last free traitor of the Knights of Fleur. Nathaniel knows catching this turncoat would help ease some of the sacrifice he accepted when he was named as ¿Lord Treason¿ for allegedly betraying his country. In fact Nathaniel is a double agent, Cobra and a member of the top secret Royal Four...................... In Derryton, Willa Trent has resigned herself to being a spinster when her latest suitor is injured. On the way home she shoots a rock from her slingshot, but accidentally knocks out Nathaniel. She spends the night nurturing him though she stole a quiet kiss, but as he remains consciousness her guardian John Smith declares they must marry. As she learns who her spouse is, Willa realizes not all is as it seems. She and Nathaniel fall in love, but he remains undercover as a man detested by everyone except Willa, willing to risk her life to prove her husband is loyal..................... This terrific espionage Regency romance will remind the audience of the classic tale James Fenimore Cooper¿s The Spy though that novel occurs in colonies during the American Revolutionary War and has no courageous female as a co-star. The story line is action-packed, but also insures the audience fully grasps what the hero has given up and accepted, including the disowning by his father; even his Royal Four peers recognize how much the cost is. He and the incredible Willa make this a splendid story that will have readers desiring more tales like this one........................... Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This a great book and I reread it all the time!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like the rest of the series this book is a must to read, Lots of action and great characters.
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