Dominic Paget, the earl of Bedford, will do anything to resume spying upon Britain's enemies. Badly wounded, he is put will do anything in the care of a beautiful gentlewoman, Julianne Greystone, only to discover that her sympathies lie with his enemies. Yet he can't help but seduce the woman who... show more
Dominic Paget, the earl of Bedford, will do anything to resume spying upon Britain's enemies. Badly wounded, he is put will do anything in the care of a beautiful gentlewoman, Julianne Greystone, only to discover that her sympathies lie with his enemies. Yet he can't help but seduce the woman who saved his life—hoping she never learns of his betrayal.Julianne is captivated by the wounded stranger she believes is a revolutionary hero. Until she discovers the truth…her "hero" is the privileged earl of Bedford. Devastated and determined to forget him, Julianne travels to London. But when she finds herself in danger, it is Bedford who comes to the rescue. Now Julianne must navigate the intrigues of a perilous city, the wild yearnings of her own heart and the explosion of their passion….
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 31st 2012
Publisher: HQN Books
Pages no: 374
Edition language: English
Series: The Spymaster's Men (#1)
3 ½ StarsSeduction is book one in the new series The Spymaster’s Men by Brenda Joyce. I have mix feelings about this book, there were parts I really enjoyed and others than… you get the idea. The blurb describes pretty well what this book is about, the only thing that leaves out is that when Juliann...
Joyce's hero and heroine are very much affected by the politics of the French Revolution. Dominic Paget is the son of an English man and a French woman. He has seen what the Revolution has done to the people of France, and has been spying for the English. Julianne Greystone lives in Cornwall with he...
Mystery, deception, lots of politics, family loyalty, and some romance. Wrap it all up, and you have Seduction. There was so much about the book I liked. Joyce is a good writer and she clearly did her homework. She took a period of time, a war between countries, spies, soldiers, families with divide...
This is a Quickie Review. For the full review, please visit The Romanceaholic.Expected Release Date: January 31, 2012Publisher: HarlequinImprint: HQNbooksAuthor’s Website: http://www.brendajoyce.com/My Source for This Book: NetgalleyPart of a Series: Yes, Book 1, The Spymaster’s MenSeries Best Read ...