A View to a Kiss (The Bow St. Agents: Spies in Love, Book 1) by Caroline Linden

By Caroline Linden

"Combining sexual chemistry with a marginally of event, this primary e-book of a smart, wildly romantic old trilogy is a really wonderful Regency-set model of ""Mission: Impossible.""

**Mystifying kisses...**
It used to be a so much coveted invitation—a glittering ball attended by means of the entire very important humans of the ton. yet Mariah, a fantastic good looks notion via all to be the trap of the season, by no means anticipated to discover real love amid the shadows. The mysterious guy she meets there ignites a fondness inside her she by no means concept attainable. whilst he begins a clandestine dead night courtship in her bed room, Mariah is scandalized—and enthralled.

**From a guy who is aware simply what he desires**
Harry Sinclair is a guy of secrets and techniques who may do whatever to guard these in his cost. but if he lays eyes at the attractive Mariah, responsibility and hope collide. notwithstanding each guy in London lusts for her, he is aware the fiery charm among them is exceptional. yet in an international the place belief can flip to treason and scandal can topple the throne, Harry and Mariah will struggle a dangerous struggle for his or her beneficial love—and their lives.

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Indeed, whether their poverty of interest be attributed to the prevalence of nationalist propaganda or some other cause, the revolutionary war novels with which I am familiar are mostly a poor lot, redeemed only by flashes of candor about the sordid motives and behavior of many partisans on both sides and by the gripping action sequences which American fictionalists from Cooper to Kenneth Roberts have always known how to bring off. Not until the conflict between the North and the South yielded fresh parallels with "the contest between the Loyalists and their opponents" did Scott's counterrevolutionary Jacobites find worthy heirs in the American historical romance.

How closely kindred are Cooper's American representatives of the forces of progress and reaction with the British ones in Waverley? Like Scott's Highland clansmen in hard practice and the Waverleys in romantic principle, Leatherstocking, Indian John, and Major Effingham all are veteran warriors who cleave anachronistically to the old heroic disciplines and values. In The Pioneers Cooper imagines, somewhat sketchily, an adventurous past for them, and in subsequent Leatherstocking tales, dealing with an earlier phase of frontier conflict, he relates scenes and actions worthy of Waverley's beloved Froissart and not unlike some that are witnessed by Scott's hero in the Highlands.

No wonder that William Gilmore Simms claimed that "the poet and romancer are only strong where the historian is weak" and that the "privileges of the romancer only begin where those of the historian cease. It is on neutral ground alone, that . . " 31 But to 26 The American Historical Romance accommodate them is not to iron out the wrinkle they make in the novelistic fabric. Calling a novel a "historical romance" is therefore to direct attention to its extraordinarily rich, mixed, and even contradictory or oxymoronic character.

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