SEDUCING THE SPY(Book 4)
Elite spies, secret defenders of the king, The Royal Four are unsurpassed in courage, honor, and daring. Known to his brothers-in-arms as The Falcon, Lord Wyndham is the most secretive and aloof of the four. But when The Falcon meets the impetuous Lady Alicia, he discovers a soul mate whose hidden fire matches his own….
Lady Alicia Lawrence was cast out of polite society and branded a liar for a youthful mistake. When she overhears details of a conspiracy that could affect her country’s fate, she turns to the one person who might believe her—Stanton Horne, Lord Wyndham. Posing as Wyndham’s mistress in order to root out the enemy, Alicia is drawn into an uneasy partnership…and a wildly seductive liaison.
Lord Wyndham’s uncanny ability to detect lies has made him a valuable member of the Royal Four, but in matters of romance it has proven a distinct liability. Alicia is the only woman whose thoughts he cannot read…and the only one whose sensual touch quenches every secret desire. As the mission grows more dangerous and more personal, and each encounter with Alicia more fiery than the last, this daring spy must face his greatest challenge yet—learn to trust the passion in his heart…
Thrilling up to the last page, titillating from one sexually charged love scene to the next and captivating from beginning to end, the last of the Royal Four series displays Bradley's ability to tell an involved, sexy story. If you haven't yet read a Bradley novel, let yourself be seduced by the mistress of the genre!
Have you discovered the bawdy charms of Celeste Bradley? Laced with intrigue and adventure, she has quickly become a staff and reader favourite and with each book we just fall further in love with her characters. This is the final book in the superb Royal Four quartet, with her most dangerous deception yet!
Under the covers:
A friend of mine has a phrase that really pegs a certain type of guy. She calls them "crowbar" men, because you can't get their feelings out of them with anything short of 18 inches of steel and applied leverage. Stanton Horne is this sort of man--a bloke so buried beneath himself that even he doesn't know what he needs! Lady Alicia, on the other hand, is just the sort of girl to keep a crowbar handy in her reticule. She never lets Stanton get away with anything, therefore providing him with what women call "growth opportunities" and men call "twisted feminine torture!"
This book is about truth and lies. I've come to realize that the ones you tell yourself are the hardest to see through. Maybe we could all use a crowbar once in a while.