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    very good romance

    The Smuggler Wore Silk is book one in the Spy in the Ton Series by Alyssa Alexander. I really enjoyed this book. It is a very complex story that kept me very much engaged. I couldn’t put it down. Julian Travers, Earl of Langford has been betrayed by someone. He has served his country well as a spy but now he must find the fiend who exposed him and others to danger. He believes he knows who is involved - a beautiful lady named Grace Hannah. But Grace is a mystery. On one hand she serves the people of her village by being a healer, but on the other hand she carries on a life hidden from Julian’s view. What happens when spy and lady begin to fall for one another? “Emboldened, filled with her own recklessness, she pushed her hands to his shoulders and pressed her lips more fully to his. His mouth opened beneath hers and she darted her tongue between his lips. He tasted hot and salty and male. He groaned and pushed his hands into her loose hair, taking control of the kiss. The demand was there now, the need clear in his foraging tongue and agile lips. His hands worked through her hair, then cupped her cheeks as he drew her against him. She obeyed, hungry for the forbidden. “ I enjoyed this story. I did feel that there were several plot holes that needed to be addressed. Why was Grace’s Uncle so awful to her? His loathing really didn’t add up. And why is Lady Clotilde Wargell so very hostile all of the time. I liked Grace’s character; however, I found her a bit annoying every time she demanded to be included in a dangerous mission. I am really hoping that the character Angel has his own novel.

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