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  • Reasonable story but so badly written

    If you can get past the terrible grammar and basic English the story is not too bad. Unfortunately I can't stand bad English and immaturity so sort of ruined it for me.

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  • A Wonderful Series

    I thoroughly enjoyed this new author for me. She reminds me of Stephanie Laurens & Mary Balough with the strong women characters and fun, fast paced story lines. If you like humor, intrigue and wonderful characters these books are for you. I loved them and have bought the entire series. I will be definitely adding her to my following of authors.

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  • Spy story with an unusual twist

    I liked this post French revolution spy story. The main character was French aristocrate who lost everything and teamed up with English spys. Most stories from this time period have characters who are pro Bonepart. This is a cute story that kept my attention with twists to the very end.

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  • A cantata of love

    Michael gets out of France with the help of a nun and she get him to take a boy with him only to find out is a woman Gabrielle de Valmont ,she saves him from a fever and they get back to England. They are in love and cord now's it but they Break the code who wants to kill the king,then they found out her brother Lucien is alive but he doesn't like Michael being English and marry his sister but it does happen

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  • intrigue, spies and romance - a must read

    “A Cantata of Love” is book 4 in The Code Breakers Series by Jacki Delecki. France during Napoleon’s reign is a dangerous place for Michael Harcourt, the Earl of Kendal. He is on a clandestine mission for the British crown when he is shot and wounded. Slipping into a coma and teetering on the edge of death, Michael is nursed by Lady Gabrielle De Valmont. Gabrielle is fleeing for her life from Napoleon’s men. Napoleon wants her fortune and he wants to force her to marry his brother. Together Michael and Gabrielle uncover a French plot to kill the British monarch. Can they save him in time? What do they do with their growing attraction to one another? I enjoyed the creativity in this story. There are twists and plot turns that I did not anticipate. I think it is important to read the entire series to get the full taste of the story. I highly recommend this book.

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