By Gayle Callen

Within the ultimate instalment of Gayle Callen's intriguing Spies and enthusiasts trilogy, a mad–dash look for fact brings jointly an not going pair – a girl accused of treason, and the guy who convicted her... Now that he ultimately has the notorious traitor, Julia Reed, in reformatory, you'll imagine English agent Samuel Sherryngton will be happy to determine justice served. yet situations are usually not regularly what they look like, and the proof are usually not including up. quickly Sam has doubts over her guilt which, in fact, has not anything to do with the appeal for Julia he is been battling opposed to for thus decades. no longer keen to determine her finished for a criminal offense she would possibly not have devoted, Sam defies the legislation of britain and breaks Julia out of reformatory. What first and foremost started as a seek to discover evidence convicting Julia speedy becomes a quest to end up her innocence. Can this daring and speeding pair realize the reality and nonetheless make time for love?

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She flushed and rose quickly to her feet, straight­ ening the plain gown, trying to fix her wild hair. “I think you said something about disguises,” she said. He stood up slowly, then lifted his arms over his head and stretched. She could see the buttons of his shirt pull as his chest expanded, and she felt a flush of awareness. She had slept in his arms, something she’d never done with a man before. It felt almost as intimate as— She turned away, not wanting him to see her reddening face. She didn’t want to be attracted to him now, not when he’d helped accuse her of treason.

A railway employee sat behind a desk slowly counting money and handing over paper tickets. Julia bit her lip and forced herself to keep her gaze on the people in front of her. She felt ex­ posed, her hood swept back off her shoulders, her blond hair a blazing beacon of guilt. She fought the urge to look for the constables who must surely be searching for her now. Sam had insisted he’d tied the constables up tightly, that only this morning might the men be discovered and the alarm given. But wasn’t the train station one of the first places they’d look for her?

She asked. ” But he’d better start thinking of something else or she’d know just what she was sitting on. He gave a couple more bounces to satisfy the tavern customers, and she slapped his arm. “I have several plans to prove your inno­ cence,” he said. “After we mislead our pursuit for a bit, we need to return to Misterton village and your family estate. Lewis went there imme­ diately when you both returned from India. ” Her body stiffened, and she glanced over her shoulder at him with shock and horror.

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