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This one is better than A JUNE BRIDE but I couldn't figure out at times where the story was trying to go. Yes, it's a romance and I could see that the h will have an HEA with the H eventually. And we also have an intriguing "other man" who was just as handsome and more interesting even than the hero. The problem is we also have a spy story here with mistaken identities and people who may not be who they seem, a peer who's a Druid and into worship of Mother Earth (and it is hinted that he may be into ritual orgies) and none of it is developed very deeply.
Our hero has been given one last assignment before he can retire from the spying business. He's supposed to help a double agent French spy escape to freedom by meeting up with the spy at a masquerade at the Druid peer's home but he has no idea who he's looking for, not even the gender of the spy. So he meets up with our heroine in disguise and suspects she may be the one. And on and on it goes, eventually the hero gets it all figured out but there's so much bumbling with regard to the spy plot that it's tedious and frustrating.
The romance is rather sweet and the h and H are likeable characters, but their love story is only slightly interesting. So what did I like about the book? The Druid Mother Earth-worshipping Lord Quinn, possible host of orgies. And although he has a book of his own, it is not yet available in e-format.
Olivia is a widow who has been in mourning for four years and is ready for adventure. Ian has been a spy for England and is now ready to take his Title and place in society. Ian has been given one last assignment. This is where the story takes off in a whirl wind, with the reader being swept away into the adventure. The characters in the book are so intriguing. It's a great story right to the very end!
Grammatical errors are very minor (Errors are symptomatic of scanning a printed copy.)
I liked the story, but was really hoping for a bit more tension, a bit more action, a bit more about Quinn.... just a bit more of everything. It's worth reading for a pleasant few hours, but it won't be cluttering up my kindle.