KISSING THE ENEMY by Leighann Dobbs, Harmony Williams

A debutante-turned-spy. A duke’s brother with a dark secret. Falling in love was never part of the mission…

London, 1806. Fredrica “Freddie” Vale would do anything to protect her younger sister. When a dubious benefactor threatens Freddie’s family, he gives the plain girl a mission. To keep her sister safe, Freddie must steal a codebook from enemies of the British crown…

Tristan Graylocke has always benefitted from diminished expectations. As the duke’s younger brother, he can carouse at-will during high-society affairs. It also keeps anyone from suspecting him of espionage as he prepares to pass on the codebook…

When Tristan spots an enemy spy in the crowd, he’s not sure if the innocent girl is bad at her job… or a master of deception. But in this seductive game of cat and mouse, will achieving their mission keep them from falling in love?

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Naughty Little Tidbits: Disrespect Loving Authority Figures, Greed

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Teenagers?No
Adults?No

Comments: I adored this book. It is NOT clean. I had a lot of skipping to do, but it was delightfully intriguing in the mystery and clandestine plots. The romance was pretty fiery as well. OUCH! I loved it. But I won't read more in this series because of the graphic sex.

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