The spy who loved her…
Gavin Graham works alone, trusts no one, and never, ever gives his heart. But the spy may have met his match in an ex-governess. Laura Devane has been handpicked to fulfill an important mission: distracting him from the deceptive charms of a Russian countess. Once, years ago, she defiantly rejected his marriage proposal. Now she meets his cool mockery and sensual advances with a maddening self-possession. And she plunges headlong into a perilous investigation that leaves him fearing for her safety. Clearly the woman is a menace–to international peace and to his peace of mind. For Laura’s passion for intrigue matches his own, and her touch leaves him stunningly aroused, tempting him to join her in a life of dangerous desires….
…has a certain charm, intrigue, humor and just the right touch of danger — RT Book Reviews
Picture the beauty and grit of Vienna in The Third Man, but push it back 130 years. The well-written mystery of Sophie and the espionage-laden story line are filled with suspense. — Romance Reviews
[Jane Ashford’s] romances are bewitching, filled with those elements that delight a reader, good story, intrigue and dynamic tension. — Romance Communications
Jane Ashford writes some of the most interesting, complex and satisfying historical romances around. To each her own, but if you like a little edge to your romance reading, try Jane Ashford. Jessie Saunders