Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 3rd 2013
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 346
Edition language: English
Series: Lord and Lady Spy (#2)
I am so glad I found this author! I am loving each 0f her books more than the last.
Read This Review & More Like It At Ageless Pages Reviews Winn, code name Baron, is getting too old for this shit. Climbing across rooftops, getting shot at, gatecrashing balls? It’s all too much. Luckily, his wife Elinor is solid, reliable, and precisely where he’s always left her. At home, waitin...
This one was quite interesting. They were married before and had a child. Their marriage was a fairly loveless one with Winn spending a good deal of time away. This was one of the most angsty and heartwrenching couples I have come across recently. Their journey towards a reunion was quite remarkable...
I tried my best not to think of True Lies while reading this book, I mean who wants to see that when reading about Baron? Yes not me.I liked the fact that they had been married for ages. Winslow was always away (cos he was a spy and she did not know) and Elinor grew tired of being stood up. Their ma...
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