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To Love a Spy by Laura Beers
Series: The Beckett Files #3
on April 3, 2018
Genres: Historical Romance
Freed from the clutches of her cruel, traitorous mother and impostor husband, Lady Camden wants to rebuild her fractured life. But the years of terror and pain she endured at their hands continue to grip her heart in an iron vice. Refusing to stray from the refuge of her country estate, Kate tentatively agrees to an unusual alliance with the new Lord Camden, being mindful to keep her trust, and her heart, firmly safeguarded.
Adrien, the Earl of Camden, had lost everything he held dear while working undercover in France as an agent of the Crown, known only as Hawk. Now an earl, he wants only to repair his tattered, lonely life. His efforts are interrupted, however, when he is called to accept another assignment: Stop French spies from passing a bill in Parliament that will eliminate British aid in the war against Napoleon.
When Kate's past pulls her into a web of treachery and deceit, a life she is wholly unprepared for, Adrien must use any means necessary to stop the French spies from succeeding in their evil designs and keep her safe. When the truth is finally revealed, will Lady Camden be strong enough to seize her own future and happiness, or will her heart be too shattered to ever love a spy?
Laura Beers has introduced me to the world of Regency Romance and I have fallen head over heels in love with the entire Beckett family! To Love a Spy is filled with twists turns and a sweet romance.
Adrien has lived the lonely life of a spy for many years and he isn’t used to having someone he cares for or that cares for him, since the French had murdered the rest of his family while he was deep undercover. That is until, he meets Lady Camden.
Kate, Lady Camden, has been oppressed by her mother and former husband, who were French spies that had infiltrated England to sway Parliament. After the abuse she had endured Kate struggled to trust, especially men, and escaped back to her country home as a refuge.
The sweet budding relationship between Kate and Adrien had me swooning in such a way that you wouldn’t believe that kissing and climbing trees could do. It’s the simple gestures of courting that really has me falling hard and fast for their relationship. You add in the intrigue and the lies, scandal and murders, that turns this sweet romance up a notch and you don’t want to put the book down.
To Love a Spy will keep you turning pages to the end and you keep you on your toes with shocking revelations and the need to know what comes next in the The Beckett Files.
Want to know more about Laura?? Check out her interview plus the reading order for The Beckett Files!