Lady of Intrigue by Sabrina Darby

Lady of Intrigue

bySabrina Darby

Kobo ebook | November 9, 2015

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Her captor. Her Savior. And her temptation...

London, 1814

Lady Jane Langley values logic and reason over passion and emotion. Her intellect has given her value in the eyes of both her father and society. Logic gives way to terrible, icy fear when Jane finds herself in a devastating carriage accident... an accident in which she is helpless to do anything but watch as her aristocratic companion is murdered.

But this was no mere accident. This was an assassination. Spy and grandson of Lord Landsdowne, Gerard Badeau is methodic in his dark, shadowy work, knowing that any display of emotion could get him killed. Something about the mysterious woman and her cool blue eyes stays Gerard's lethal hand. Now he has both a witness and a hostage.

And if he doesn't kill Lady Jane Langley, he risks a fate that is far, far worse...falling in love with her.

Title:Lady of IntrigueFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 9, 2015Publisher:Entangled Publishing, LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1633754359

ISBN - 13:9781633754355

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Different Style Regency Romance Lady Jane Langley world is turned upside down when the carriage she is riding to Vienna in careens off the road and crashes. Her life is in danger not only from injuries but also from the mysterious man that has assassinated one of her traveling companions. Thus begins the story of Jane and Marcus. There is instant attraction between Marcus and Jane but due to their lineage, upbringing, life experiences, class expectations and desires for the future their road to a happily ever will encounter quite a few obstacles. The novel is more a narration than an interactive action packed story filled with dialogue and daring-do. I believe that Jane’s personality is believable and her growth and growing awareness was also remarkable. I felt I got to know Marcus better and felt more for him than I did for or with Jane. The story was different than the usual sometimes fluffy regency romances I have read. I have a feeling that some of the supporting characters and villains mentioned in this book will reappear in future books in the series and I hope to hear in one of the future books that Szabo gets his comeuppance and that Bohm will have a happily ever after story of his own. Thank you to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing, LLC for the copy of this book to read and review.
Date published: 2015-10-23