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    Mystery and romance, great book!

    Georgian England is in a bit of turmoil. The "pretender" is in Rome, and Jacobites are laying very low. Imogen Thane just wants life to be simple. Her father was a Stuart supporter who lost his title for being so. "Immie" has no ambition to go to London, no desire to marry and give control of her life and home over to a man. She likes things the way they are. She is out inspecting her property when she comes to an old shack on the edge of her land, she is considering tearing it down. She goes in to inspect it and finds a man gravely wounded. He happens to carry the cockade of a Jacobite. Imogen takes this man, Tony, to her home and hides him. She and her very loyal servants, care for him. Then things happen that make it harder for her to think about what will happen when he is well enough to leave. This story was sumptuous with history and mystery! The times were difficult at best, dangerous and deadly at worst. One never knew whom they could trust. When Imogen is called to court, she is worried as to the reason. The King has decided she should marry, but she does not understand why the King would be interested in a "Miss Thane." She is no longer titled. All is finally unfolded for her by a couple of people she already knows and then it gets really interesting! I enjoyed this third installment of the Emperors of London very much! I can absolutely see something like this happening and the plot twists are perfectly timed to keep me reading well into the night! Lynne Connolly has a way of writing that gives you the details but lets you use your own imagination on the finer points. I really like that! I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Georgian romance with a bit of heat! Heat rating of 7 out of 10! *I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion and review.

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