Available August 5: Love and Let Spy (Lord and Lady Spy)
What’s better than a historical romance? How about one with two spies who try not to fall in love. This is a seamless, escapist read with the right amount of everything.
- If you like a kick-ass heroine…
- and a kick-ass hero who can hold his own …
Here’s my Rankings:
- 4.0/5 for characters
- 4.0/5 for plot
- 4.0/5 overall
- Note: 2/5 Steaminess (Some Steaminess)
REVIEW FROM BOOKS FOR HER:
As a new Shana Galen reader, I wasn’t sure what to expect. But I’m a sucker for a strong, independent character in any novel, so Jane Bonde was a great introduction to Galen’s writing. As an undercover spy known more publicly as a beautiful, untouchable ice princess, Jane Bonde is a woman we all would love to be. It was an effortless and enjoyable read. Every aspect was well done – characters, plot, romance and it had the right amount of steaminess for me.
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