Avon, Oct 2004, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1844 at a party, undercover spy Nicholas Wright seeks a female traitor so he makes a deal with someone named Campbell. Overhearing the transaction is widow Charlotte Sinclair, daughter of a recently retired spymaster and Nicholas' former boss. Campbell wants Charlotte dead immediately, but Nicholas tells him this is not the place and he will take care of this intrusion.
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Nicholas and his partner Sam abduct Charlotte to keep her safe. As the plot boils and the danger increases, Charlotte takes risks too feeling she is a chip off the old block having recently read her father's journals. Nicholas finds himself panicking over her safety as he has fall in love with her; she reciprocates his feelings but wonders whose side is he really on.
The review of this Book prepared by Harriet Klausner