Enter the emotional, suspenseful Regency world of USA Today bestselling author Jacki Delecki’s Code Breakers spy series. Undaunted by danger or scandal, these intrepid lords and ladies discover true love as they risk it all to save England from Napoleon’s treacherous designs.
As a renowned arbiter of fashion and design, Miss Amelia Bonnington's upcoming nuptials to Lord Derrick Brinsley have become the most anticipated event of English society. Her plans to create the perfect wedding must be cast aside, however, when her best friend's brother, a member of England's top code breaking family, disappears.
When his fiancée meddles in dangerous spy activity, Derrick, an undercover agent for His Majesty, must intervene. Now, it's up to Amelia and Derrick to safely locate the missing brother, prevent another abduction, and thwart an assassination. Can they outwit the French spies and still have Amelia's fairy tale wedding?
THE CODE BREAKERS SERIES
Men and women from the class of privilege and rank risk their lives to defend England against the treacherous designs of Napoleon. They confront disaster, scandal, and passion as they pursue their code of honor and love. Read the entire series or enjoy as standalone reads in this best-selling Regency romantic fiction series from USA Today bestselling author Jacki Delecki.
A Code of Love
A Christmas Code
A Code of the Heart
A Cantata of Love
A Wedding Code
A Code of Honor
A Holiday Code for Love
A May Day Code for Love
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A Wedding Code
Good storyline. I liked the characters interaction. Strong personalities make the storyline more realistic. I look forward to reading more in the series.
Spies and assassins
I loved how this book tells what it could have been like during the war between England and France. How the spies worked along with everything else that was happening in their lives. Also the threat of assassins and kidnappings had to be dealt with along with everyday life.
Just another regency soap opera. Tolerable if you believe in that sort of thing but bit disappointed in it for myself, spread my disbelief too far!