A June bride for a spy?
Engaged to the dark and dashing Lord Trevithan, Joanna Lindby should be the happiest of ladies in Regency London. But she wonders—why would this enigmatic lord choose her? She’s shy, never arguing, always polite. But when a note arrives cancelling the wedding, Joanna vows that she will be married in June, no matter the cost.
England’s top intelligence agent Allister Fenwick, Lord Trevithan, is shocked when Joanna demands an explanation. He never sent that note. Someone is trying to come between them. Though Allister promised himself to leave the world of espionage, he cannot help but be drawn into this case, if only to protect his surprisingly headstrong bride-to-be. Yet, is it an old enemy or an old friend causing the mischief? Can a little espionage unmask hidden hearts in time for a June wedding?
If you like sweet, witty Regency romances with a dash of intrigue, then you’ll love Regina Scott’s second book in her Spy Matchmaker series.
Originally a novella, now a full-length novel, the story won a coveted Top Pick from RT Book Reviews.
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The June Bride Conspiracy
This novel was rather weak in several areas. Of particular problem was the plodding plot and the truncated ending. The first few chapters were enough to flesh out the characters but the author apparently chose to belabor the story in order to lengthen it. The ending had no tension.