Unexpectedly catching an intruder disguised as a man in the process of searching his room, Robert Sinclair Dovenby is unaware that the lady, Sylvie Georgiana, Countess of Mountevrain, is actually an agent hired to determine whether or not he is guilty of treason.
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Julia Ross is the pseudonym for an author of several Regency novels. She is a native of Scotland and a graduate of the University of Edinburgh.From Booklist:
Ross' Georgian romances are never what one expects. They have a vein of eroticism, and plots and characters, traits that push the boundaries of the genre and make for not-to-be-missed reads. When Robert Sinclair Dovenby, or "Dove," returns home, he discovers that his mistress, the powerful Lady Grenham, is dumping him publicly by burning all his belongings. The event was precipitated by the arrival of a young woman and her manservant whom Lady Grenham has tied to Dove's bed. George White, the manservant, is actually Sylvie Georgiana, the Countess of Montevrain, whom Dove institutes as his secretary. Sylvie, who is spying on him in an effort to destroy him, is unaware that Dove knows she is a woman in disguise. Twists and turns entwine with sensuality and suspense to make this lush romance a genuine page-turner. Diana Tixier Herald
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