By Madeline Hunter
THE attractiveness. THE secret agent. AND THE BEHOLDER.
From the cherished New York Times bestselling Madeline Hunter comes this riveting old romance, during which a darkly handsome nobleman is made up our minds to unmask a tender and mysterious younger beauty...
A refugee from the conflict in France, Marielle Lyon has verified herself on the fringes of London society. Claiming to be the niece of an carried out aristocrat, Marielle welcomes the gossip that she is a secret agent. The extra eyes she has observing her, the higher safe she is--and the higher likelihood she has of saving her father's life.
A warrior at heart, Gavin Norwood, Viscount Kendale, might nonetheless be in uniform if now not for his older brother's premature loss of life. in spite of everything he's obvious, Kendale doesn't belief the French--or their femmes fatales. He has arrange a surveillance community to ferret out undercover brokers, and he believes he's stumbled on one within the gentle, mysterious Marielle.
Ready to pounce on his tempting prey, Kendale arranges a gathering with Marielle, who's extra appealing and extra crafty than he expected. however the Viscount is able to do no matter what it takes to unmask her--even if it capacity taking part in a video game of seduction...
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Extra info for The Counterfeit Mistress (Fairbourne Quartet, Book 3)
But how was I to know? So tell, tell me, is it true? ” Tess resisted the urge to stick out her tongue. Neil groaned. “I knew there was something I’d forgotten. ” “And it can stay forgotten,” Tess jumped in. MARRIED IN HASTE / 55 “I have no intention of marrying Lord Merton. ” But Stella ignored her and squealed with delight, a reverberating sound that made her husband dive under the covers in agony. She pranced to the bed and threw her arms around him, hugging his head to her breasts. “I knew you would do it!
But lad,” Sir Charles pleaded. ” “So is my turn around the terrace with Miss Hamlin,” Brenn told him pointedly. He took ahold of Miss Hamlin’s arm at the point where her glove ended above the elbow and started to steer her around him but Sir Charles could not be dissuaded. If he could not deter them, he would join them. He fell into step beside Miss Hamlin. “You know Merton is a war hero,” he told her. “Sir Charles,” Brenn said in warning. What was the man doing? ” Miss Hamlin asked with interest.
Together. It was their family watchword and had been for generations. Now it mocked Neil. “Perhaps I can help,” a deep male voice said. Neil turned, and registered with surprise the presence of another man. He’d been so angry when he had come out on the terrace, he’d been oblivious to everything but his sister. The gentleman bowed. ” The title was vaguely familiar. Neil frowned MARRIED IN HASTE / 47 and then recollected. “Heard about you at my club. ” Neil took in the earl’s appearance. He’d heard the earl of Merton was lame.
The Counterfeit Mistress (Fairbourne Quartet, Book 3) by Madeline Hunter