Tangled Webs by Lee BrossTangled Webs by Lee Bross

Tangled Webs

byLee Bross

Paperback | May 31, 2016

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Lady A is the most notorious blackmailer in the city. With just a mask and a gown to disguise her, she sweeps into lavish balls and exclusive events collecting the most valuable currency in 1725 London-secrets.

But leading a double life isn't easy. By day Lady A is just a seventeen-year-old girl named Arista who lives in fear of her abusive master,Bones, and passes herself off as a boy to move safely through the squalor of London's slums. When Bones attempts to dispose of his pawn forever, Arista is rescued by the last person she expects: Jonathan Wild, an infamous thief who moves seamlessly between the city's criminal underworld and its most elite circles. Arista partners with Wild on her own terms in order to save enough money to buy passage out of London.

Everything changes when she meets Grae Sinclair, the son of a wealthy merchant. Grae has traveled the world, seen the exotic lands Arista has longed to escape to her whole life, and he loves Arista for who she is-not for what she can do for him. Being with Grae gives something Arista something precious that she swore off long ago: hope. He has promised to help Arista escape the life of crime that has claimed her since she was a child. But can you ever truly escape the past?
Lee Bross is the author ofFatesandChaos, written under the pen name Lanie Bross.
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Title:Tangled WebsFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:400 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.75 inShipping dimensions:8 × 5.25 × 0.75 inPublished:May 31, 2016Publisher:Disney-HyperionLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1423194675

ISBN - 13:9781423194675

Appropriate for ages: 14

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"Tangled Webs is a fast-paced page-turner filled with intrigue and romance. Bross presents Arista's limited worldview and gender limitations with thoughtful consideration, taking few liberties beyond what the plot requires. The author takes pains to create particular moods through numerous and detailed setting descriptions."-VOYA