The Spy's Bride (Zebra Historical Romance)

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Betrayed by an Austrian countess who he believes he loves, military intelligence officer flees the forces of Napoleon by agreeing to an arranged marriage with the sheltered Eloise Bernal, who intends to dissolve the union upon her safe return to London. Original.

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Partly to please her autocratic grandmother, Eloise Bernal agrees to an arranged marriage with handsome, wealthy James Roth Meyer. Almost immediately after the wedding, James suggests an annulment, but after he mistakenly gets the idea that his new wife is carrying another man's child, he offers to remain her husband. Before Eloise can tell him the truth about her virtue, he disappears, leaving her to discover that her new husband is also Captain James Nathanson, a British intelligence officer romantically obsessed with the Austrian countess who sold him out to the French. When the French allow Eloise and her family to visit her supposedly dying grandmother in Paris, James insists on accompanying them, hoping to meet up with his countess, but as Eloise and James travel from England to France, both find their marriage-in-name-only slowly turning into something more real than either of them expected. The third in Abrams' series of exceptional historical regencies set during the Napoleonic Wars is an irresistible blend of history and adventurous intrigue in which the author elegantly balances her espionage-steeped plot with a refreshingly subtle, exquisitely romantic love story. John Charles
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"A portrait of the Regency era that is at once familiar and unique...magnetic characters...intense emotions...exciting historical events." -- Romantic Times, May 2003 (4-star review)

"Deeply moving...a truly wonderful story." -- Old Book Barn Gazette, May 2003

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