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  1. says:

    35 starsI've read two books by this author one I really liked probably because it was my first ever historical romancespy book The Spymaster's Lady and one that I really didn't care for My Lord and Spymaster This book fell somewhere in the middle between those two When the two main characters first meet it's definitely interesting However the main spy mission ends up not being as exciting and the romance never builds up

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    This is my first book by Joanna Bourne and I'm glad I've been collecting her books in my tbr pile She's an excellent writer with that rich voice I love so much in historical romance Her characters are complex and t

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    Massive spoilers ahead35 starsBuddy read with the lovely Lyuda Thanks for the b r and for your patienceSo yesterday I finished Paxton’s book Rogue Spy and wondered whether it would be a good idea to write a review straight away Here’s the thing all that went through my head wasI do not want to give Paxton’s book three starsI do not want to give Paxton’s book three starsI do not want to give Paxton’s

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    Is anyone surprised when I say I've given this an A at AAR? Thought notTo say I’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of Rogue Spy is an understatement of immense proportions I’ve thoroughly enjoyed each of the books in Ms Bourne’s Spymasters series and given the revelations about Pax made in The Black Hawk

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    Buddy read with the brilliant Bubu whose review said it all I really have nothing else to add except if you are like me and read the previous story The Black Hawk long time ago it would be better to reread it before starting this one Although be warn there is going to be inevitable comparison between Hawk and the hero of this story Paxton and it will not be in favor of PaxtonBourne's prose is masterful as always and th

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    35 stars The second half was a lot better than the first half of this book IMO It took a long time to come to the boil 3 stars for the first half 4 stars for the second half I'm reading this series in chronological order rather than the order in which the books were written Not sure whether that's the best way to go about

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    Before I being gushing and oh yes there will be gushing let me note that while this book can be read as a stand alone I highly recommend reading The Forbidden Rose and The Black Hawk first Not only for the world and events but to build up these characters Joanna Bourne writes the absolute best characters the gushing has begun All three of these books are just fantastic and the wait for a new book literally pains meFor those that

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    This is part of an ongoing series and I definitely recommend reading at least some of the others first Personally I'm going by internal chronological order and that's working out very fine for me At any rate many of the surr

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    This is the kind of romance that rivals the best popular mainstream fiction in complexity of plot and characters and in writing I feel like a

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    There are few tropes in romance I love than a hero and heroine who are capable of killing each other am I weird like that? and Rogue Spy pushed ALL the right buttons for me happy sighI have been stalking the release date for this book for what feels like almost two years and so you can imagine the crazy amount of anticipation I had for it As I read through the first chapters I was riveted The Black Hawk Adrian's story ranks as one of my f

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review ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Joanna Bourne

Signment to prove his loyalty Lovely lying former French spy Camille Leyland is dragged from obscurity by threats and blackmail Dusting off her spy skills she sets out to track down a ruthless French fanatic and rescue the innocent vict. Buddy read with the brilliant Bubu whose review said it all I really have nothing else to add except if you are like me and read the previous story The Black Hawk long time ago it would be better to reread it before starting this one Although be warn there is going to be inevitable comparison between Hawk and the hero of this story Paxton and it will not be in favor of PaxtonBourne s prose is masterful as always and the spy arc is uite engagingIf only the second half of the book was as good as the first one the story would be another winner for me As it is a creeping of peripheral characters whose presence did not only brought stereotypes galore but broke the pacing of the plot was too much of a destruction

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Ten years ago Thomas Paxton was sent by Revolutionary France to infiltrate the British Intelligence Service Now his sense of honor brings him back to London to confess But instead of facing the gallows he is given one last impossible as. This is my first book by Joanna Bourne and I m glad I ve been collecting her books in my tbr pile She s an excellent writer with that rich voice I love so much in historical romance Her characters are complex and the romance drew me in and had me holding my breath I loved Pax Cami was a singular heroine lethal in her own right This is also an excellent spy novel I love genuine spy storiesDefinitely recommendedOverall rating 4550 starsReviewed for Affaire de Coeur Magazine The Cursed Hole of the Shinoda Family pile She s an excellent writer with that rich voice I love so much in historical romance Her characters are complex and the romance drew me in and had me holding my breath I loved Pax Cami was a singular heroine lethal in her own right This is also an excellent spy novel I love genuine spy storiesDefinitely recommendedOverall rating 4550 starsReviewed for Affaire de Coeur Magazine

review ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Joanna Bourne

Im he's holding only to find an old colleague already on the case Pax Old friendship turns to new love and as Pax and Camille's dark secrets loom up from the past Pax is left with a choice go rogue from the Service or lose Camille forev. This is the kind of romance that rivals the best popular mainstream fiction in complexity of plot and characters and in writing I feel like a big girl when I read Joanna Bourne She gets my brain engaged in addition to the usual heart engagement of most other romances This is due mostly to her exceptional ability as a writer but also I suspect because she doesn t crank out novels at the speed of sound unlike many other romance authors who shall be namelessSo far up to year 2014 there have been only 5 books in Bourne s Spymaster series not counting Her Ladyship s Companion from 1983 which although it features Hawk is not exactly the Hawk of her recent work This new one ROGUE SPY can be read as a standalone b