|Publisher: Avon / HarperCollins
Date: October 2004
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Notes: Sexual Content
The Beauty and the Spy
and Lovers, No. 2
By Gayle Callen
Widowed and bored
Charlotte Whittington Sinclair found and read her father's journals
and learned that he was a spy. Maybe if she hadn't read the journals
she wouldn't have followed the stranger, Nick.
When she wa discovered
hiding in a closet, there wa nothing else for Nick to do but take
the girl with him. She has heard entirely too much, and British
spy Nick is right in the middle of cornering another spy, one involved
in many murders and the passing of secret information.
Charlotte had never
been so scared in her life. Nonetheless, she was determined to prove
that she was her father's daughter by being strong, keeping a cool
head and planning her escape. After many escape attempts, Charlotte
soon came to realize that Nick may have been actually telling the
truth, that he was trying to protect her, but that still doesn't
change the fact that he had kidnapped her.
However she craved
adventure and she soon fell in love and tried to help Nick and his
partner Sam catch the beautiful spy, Julia, the woman suspected
of passing information to the enemy.
spies, chaos, and a magnificent tale of love, The Beauty and the
Spy makes one terrific read. The plot of this story will keep you
totally entertained from cover to cover. With the handsome, courageous
hero and the shy, widow-turned-spy heroine, this will be one book
you will keep to read again. Although Nick was against falling in
love, he couldn't resist Charlotte, with her innocence and her courageous
sense of adventure.
You will meet
again Charlotte's sister Jane Whittington and her fiancé
William Chadwick, from the book No Ordinary Groom. This
is one reviewer who can hardly wait to read the next installment
of Spies and Lovers with Sam and Julia's story in the Spring of