Wednesday, August 28, 2019

The Marquess Meets His Match by Julie Coulter Bellon, Book Review

Book Summary:

Lord Christian Wolverton―known as Wolf in a covert group operating during the war against Napoleon―has been called home from his military duties. For the moment, his family responsibilities require him to suspend his more clandestine activities. But information falls into his hands that a traitor will soon try to tip the scales back into French favor and Christian must stop it from happening.

Going to the one person who can help him, the powerful Duke of Huntingdon, Christian comes face to face with Lady Alice. She’s a beautiful member of the ton with a very big secret―she’s also a trained agent and already on the case. Forced to partner with her to lure the traitor out of hiding, Christian wants to quickly finish the mission himself, before Lady Alice is more closely involved. But Lady Alice has ideas of her own and she’s going to prove her theories correct―with or without him.

Danger is closer than they think, however, and it’s a race against time to expose the traitor’s identity before British lives are endangered. Both Christian and Alice have strong opinions on who he is, but which one will be proven right and can they catch him in time?

My Review:

This is no ordinary run-of-the-mill regency novel, it is so much more!!! Don't get me wrong, I love a good regency romance, but this has spies, intrigue, mystery, danger, edge-of-your-seat action and love to boot! The back and forth between Wolf and Lady Alice is something you don't want to miss. I love how head strong they both are, each one asserting that they are right. They make a great team and I was left wondering if they could or would ever catch the culprit! Bellon kept me guessing until the very end and I loved every second of The Marquess Meets His Match!

Happy Reading!!!

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