Thursday, April 2, 2015

ARC REVIEW Sebastian's Lady by Sharon Cullen

Sebastian's Lady Spy is book five in Sharon Cullen's Secrets and Seductions series it can be read as a stand-alone. It was enjoyable I like reading it I enjoyed the characters and and their history, but nothing else much stood out. I think the only thing that makes this book stand out from others in the Historical Spy troupe is Gabriella and her true origins.

Sebastian is one of the best spy's for the crown, on a personal trip to Italy he meets up with Contessa Gabriella Marciano and they share three steamy lustful day together each knowing it will never last beyond that. Seven months later back in England Sebastian is ordered to work with a partner to find the man behind the uprising that has been whispered about. Sebastian is thrown for a loop when his mission is to pretend to court Gabriella. Gabriella is also a spy for the crown and has been almost her whole life.

Working together is harder than Sebastian; he hasn't been able to stop thinking about the woman and now here she is and a spy no less. But even with the distraction of their attraction they work out the ploy and have a typical HEA.

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