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    Sir Barnabas meets his match!

    I've been waiting for this - Sir Barnabas meets his match! I fell in love with Samantha Kane’s Brothers in Arms series back in May of 2014. I discovered her books through my local library. After I read the first book I checked the others out and devoured them. It’s been over 2 years since the last BIA book was published and boy was I excited to learn that this one was coming. The long delay was due to contractual obligations and Ms. Kane regaining her rights to this series from the original publisher. Let me just say that the wait was worth it. Ms. Kane has also been busy writing other fantastic stories, several of them contemporary books, that I’ve also found to be quite wonderful. I confess, though, her historical stories have a special place in my heart. Until I read the BIA series I don’t recall ever having read an historical romance. Ms. Kane opened my eyes to a whole new romance genre. While each story in this series can be read as a stand-alone you might enjoy them a bit more if you start at the beginning. Since For Love and Country is the 13th book I know that might sound a bit daunting but the reward will be so worth it. However, if the prospect of reading the entire series is too much don’t let that stop you from reading this wonderful story. Sir Barnabas James has had at least a minor role in most of the BIA stories. He works for his King and country as the head spymaster helping to keep all of England safe. The things he has orchestrated in the performance of his duties have been very satisfying but he has avoided all personal attachments until Lord Ambrose Wetherald asks for a favor: save Melinda de Vere. I am so happy that Sir Barnabas finally got his own story complete with an HEA. He grants the favor that Lord Wetherald asked but then demanded his own payment in return. Lord Wetherald has been saving himself for marriage, imagine his dismay when Sir Barnabas demands that he share his bed; even better is that he discovers he likes it! This story had me weeping for the injustices that Melinda suffered at the hands of her evil husband. I laughed at some of the exchanges between Barnabas and Ambrose and ultimately I shed tears of joy when Melinda, Barnabas and Ambrose finally admitted their feelings for each other. For Love and Country couldn’t be about Sir Barnabas without a bit of mystery and intrigue and the resolution to everything was perfect. I can’t forget to mention how HOT this book is, too. If you’ve read other books by Samantha Kane you know that she writes the hottest love scenes and if you haven’t read any of her books you’re in for a real treat. I’m looking forward to more stories in the BIA series. I think Ms. Kane needs to clone herself a few times. lol An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author. Reviewed for xtreme-delusions dot com.
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