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Publisher Description

The New York Times bestselling author delivers a Regency adventure “packed with an abundance of sizzling sexual chemistry and dangerous intrigue” (Booklist).
Grey Sommers, Lord Wyndham, never met a predicament he couldn’t charm his way out of. Then a tryst with a government official’s wife during a bit of casual espionage in France condemns him to a decade in a dungeon, leaving him a shadow of his former self. Yet his greatest challenge may be the enigmatic spy sent to free his body—the only woman who might heal his soul.

Cassie Fox lost everything in the chaos of revolution, leaving only a determination to help destroy Napoleon’s empire through her perilous calling. Rescuing Grey is merely one more mission. She hadn’t counted on a man with the stark beauty of a ravaged angel, whose desperate courage and vulnerability thaw her frozen heart. But a spy and a lord are divided by an impassable gulf even if they manage to survive one last, terrifying mission . . .

Praise for the Lost Lords series

“Romance at its best!”—Julia Quinn
“Intoxicating, romantic and utterly ravishing. . .”—Eloisa James

“Intoxicating and not-to-be missed.”—Romantic Times (4 ½ Stars, Top Pick) 

“Rich with historical detail and multifaceted characters.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“Exquisitely and sensitively written.”—Library Journal (starred review)

October 24
Zebra Books
Kensington Publishing Corp.

Customer Reviews

Armik B ,

No longer a gentleman

Loved this book loved both Cassie and Grey this is book 4 in the series and one of my favorites love the adventure and of course the romance. I understand each book has to lead up to the next but more on the characters from the earlier books. I want to hear about them too.

Bornromantic ,

Phoned in

This story has a great premise and an appealing hero and heroine, but the whole thing feels phoned in, lifeless, even. Certainly it's no comparison to her classic Fallen Angels series (Dancing on the Wind, One Perfect Rose, Shattered Rainbows, and Angel Rogue are my favorites, but any book from that series is better written and more heartfelt than this one).

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