Beauty Like the Night

Beauty Like the Night

Book - 2017 | First edition
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In the newest Spymaster novel, "master of romance and suspense"* Joanna Bourne offers a stirring tale of intrigue, espionage, and attraction.

Séverine de Cabrillac, orphan of the French revolution and sometime British intelligence agent, has tried to leave spying behind her. Now she devotes herself to investigating crimes in London and finding justice for the wrongly accused.

Raoul Deverney, an enigmatic half-Spaniard with enough secrets to earn even a spy's respect, is at her door demanding help. She's the only one who can find the killer of his long-estranged wife and rescue her missing twelve-year-old daughter.

Séverine reluctantly agrees to aid him, even though she knows the growing attraction between them makes it more than unwise. Their desperate search for the girl ​unleashes treason and murder. . . and offers a last chance for two strong, wounded people to find love.

* New York Times bestselling author Teresa Medeiros
Publisher: New York : Berkley Sensation, 2017
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780425260838
Branch Call Number: FIC BOURNE 2017
Characteristics: 293 pages ; 18 cm


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Jan 12, 2018

Too often (for me) authors fill pages with descriptive details that do not contribute to the story or the character development. But this author makes almost every word count which enriches my reading pleasure. If you like fun, fast, intriguing, romantic, stories with strong characters where even the historical setting and details are essential to the plot, read "Beauty Like the Night".


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