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Once a Spy (Rogues Redeemed Book 4) Kindle Edition
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- Book 4 of 5 in Rogues Redeemed
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About the Author
- Publication Date : September 24, 2019
- File Size : 2076 KB
- Print Length : 338 pages
- Publisher : Zebra Books (September 24, 2019)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- ASIN : B07MP52ZKK
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #9,429 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I feel as if Putney, like Kleypas and Balogh, are in their recent books just going through the motions. Still good writers who understand genre and period, but rehashing plots and characters. Sigh.
After the many battles with France ended when Napoleon resigned as its ruler, Colonel Simon Duval is ready to live more peacefully in England. Upon meeting the widow of his cousin, he immediately thinks they should marry. It would benefit them both, as Suzanne Duval has little funds and he is lonely yet is not seeking a loving relationship. Although she had not considered getting married again, the proposition is too good to reject. As Simon and Suzanne begin a new phase of their lives as husband and wife, they also agree to do their part in making certain the French never fight the English again.
Though Simon and Suzanne knew each other years ago, both have drastically changed because of several incidents in their lives, which caused them to think there could never be more than friendship between them. I really liked how they seldom let the past dictate them in the present, which proved just how resilient they had become. Simon is one of five men who escaped after being captured during a battle, and he ends up helping the English even after getting out of their army. What previously happened to Suzanne was a terrible ordeal, yet she has not let it keep her from trying to be content. I really admired both of them for how they persevered even when a new obstacle arose, and their reactions are always honest.
From London to Brussels and other less known places, Simon and Suzanne faced quite a few threats, and I felt as though I experienced each event. Anything dealing with real historical episodes seemed very true-to-life, and I though Ms. Putney skillfully wove her own imaginative thoughts in with specific facts. Background is given to let the reader know what took place in any prior books, and I was thrilled for the glimpses of couples who have been featured in the series. Rating – 4.5 Stars
I voluntarily reviewed the book, and all comments are my honest opinion