Saturday, August 30, 2014

Review for Love and Let Spy by Shana Galen

Author: Shana Galen
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca 
Pages: 352 pages
Series: Lord and Lady Spy
Genres: Historical Romance

Her name is Bonde, Jane Bonde . . .

A beautiful and eligible member of the ton, Jane has more than a few secrets: she’s one of the Crown’s most elite agents. She may be deadly, but she doesn't know a thing about fashion, flirtation, or love . . . until Dominic Griffyn shakes up her carefully stirred world and asks her to be his bride. He’s exactly the kind of man she’s not looking for. And he’s dangerous, because falling into his arms is so much more satisfying than saving England from her enemies.

He’s an improper gentleman who needs a wife. . .

Tall, dark, and tortured, Dominic Griffyn is haunted by demons from his past. When his stepfather insists that he marry, Dominic allows himself to hope that the beautiful but mysterious Miss Bonde might help him forget his troubles. As they grow closer, it’s clear that there’s more to Jane than danger. She might be just what his neglected heart needs.


This story is set in London in 1816. It starts with Jane Bonde somewhere in Europe. She is after a guy from the Maitriser group. She's been after them for a long time. It ends up with the leader getting away, and  then takes you to London. To the point of view of Dominic Griffyn who is having a argument with his step father and mother about him getting married to none other then Jane Bonde and he's not happy about it. Jane Bonde is like oo7 but set back in time. It was action packed with lots of steamy scenes. I give this five stars for a book  I could not put it down.