As the oldest son of the brilliant Harcourt code breaking family, the Earl of Kendal has never backed down from a challenge. When he accepts a dangerous clandestine assignment in Paris, he never expects it to be his last. But with his enemies hot on his trail, and a quickly worsening injury sapping his strength, even Michael Harcourt might not survive this one. Just as death seems imminent, he is saved by a young boy...or so he thinks.
Lady Gabrielle De Valmont is not what she seems. Desperate to avoid the terrible fate that awaits her if she remains in France, she'll do anything to escape, including disguising herself as a boy and helping a cunning Englishman. She can ignore the desire he stirs within her, for their alliance will be short-lived at best, a necessary evil.
But when the danger follows her back to England, Gabrielle must rely on Michael for protection. When both lord and lady have secret identities, can their passion really be trusted?
Enjoy the passionate, suspenseful Regency world of the Code Breakers, where daring lords and ladies decode the path to happily ever amidst their dangerous, heroic fight against Napoleon's treacherous designs.
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A Cantata of Love
This novel is set during the time period of the war between the French and Napoleon against the English. It involves spies on both sides, the Opera and the use of code being passed in the composition of a famous singer. The intrigue of the Code Breakers trying to interrupt the passing of messages is quite different. It was enjoyable reading.
A mysterious plot filled with intrigue and mayhem, sprinkled with laughter, charm, love and lust.
A Cantata of Love
My first read of Jackie Delecki's and I truly enjoyed strong,smart, sassy female characters as well as the time period setting. Four thumbs up!