Friday, September 23, 2011

Review: Lord and Lady Spy by Shana Galen

Lord and Lady Spy
Lord and Lady Spy #1
by: Shana Galen
ISBN#9781402259074
$6.99 mass market paperback
Sourcebooks
Historical Romance
Released: September 2011




 
Lady Sophia Smythe has been a spy ever since she can remember now the war is over and a spy is no longer needed.  What is she to do with her time now, spend it with her husband who knows nothing of how she spends her time not likely?

Lord Adrian Smythe has been told something he thought he would never hear that his skills as a spy are not needed.  Now it is balls and like with his wife that he must brave.

When the Smythe’s learn that there is one open spot for a spy still needed it is not war between the Smythes, but what neither one knows is that they are fighting against each other.  As they finally learn the identity of the other spy they soon find that they did not know each other at all.  Is it possible for them to salvage their marriage and only have one spy in the house?


 
Loved, it, loved it, loved it!!!  Battle of the spies and spouses as Sophia and Adrian soon learn they go together.  Full of suspense but still romantic and a real page turner with lots of action and humor it gives a reader everything you could ever look for in a story.  I look forward to seeing what Shana Galen has coming next.

Annette gives this book a

 
 

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