Miss Charlotte Allston's curious nature has always led her to trouble. This time, she's tangled in a web of traitors and spies and quite literally swept off her feet by a handsome stranger. But all is not what it seems with the Earl of Beckport.
The earl is living incognito, hunting a band of smugglers at the center of a plot for the French to invade England. The enigmatic Miss Allston becomes a person of interest...and not just in the smuggling case. Passion flares swift and hot between the two. But when her attempts to help with his secret mission only endanger it, he must question where her loyalty truly lies.
When Charlotte is captured by the very traitor he's after, the earl must decide between redemption...and love.
Each book in the Wanton in Wessex series is STANDALONE:
* A Perilous Passion
* A Potion for Passion
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An Undercover Romance
yLorion December 11, 2017
Handsome Undercover spy, hidden smugglers, engaging heroine and quirky characters. What more could you ask for? From the first chapter, the story engages the reader trying to determine what is happening.. A classic case of things are not always as they appear! Charlotte Allston, our heroine, is a little feisty and does not worry about convention as much as she should. With her father being murdered due to his connection with smuggling, she and her mother had taken refuge with her aunt and changed their names. Rafe, the Earl of Beckport, has a lot in common with Charlotte. He is hiding out under an assumed name and identity trying to ferret out a band of smugglers who could endanger England.. It would seem fate would have it that Rafe and Charlotte come into contact literally by a funny mishap and each becomes suspicious of the other.. What was unexpected was the attraction between the two that cannot be ignored! Keeping Charlotte safe while completing his mission becomes difficult when it seems someone is out to harm Charlotte. Strong attraction, an old suitor and a cast of characters make this book a fun read that you will not be able to put down. Well done Elizabeth Keysian!