Two spies meet and join forces in Pre-Revolutionary War Boston. Armed with a sense of humor and gadgets reminiscent of James Bond, they foil the Redcoats and fall in love.
The review of this Book prepared by Shane Bolks
As the "James Bond" of the American Revolution, Quincy Stanton wages a secret war against the British with his 18th century spy gadgets. Only another spy as clever as he could uncover his secret. And she does. Virginia Munro has no need of special spy gadgets. She uses her womanly wiles to charm secrets from the British. When she keeps stumbling upon Quincy in the dark, the results are hilarious, dangerous and undeniably tempting. Trusting in love is difficult when exposure as a spy would mean execution. Finally, Virginia must face her greatest fear, and Quincy must risk the ultimate sacrifice For Love or Country.
The review of this Book prepared by Kerrelyn Sparks