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    great historical with strong female lead

    I found this story quite delightful! It was a nice treat to have a female spy alongside the male (as most historicals I've read tend to have the male spy only) and I really appreciated that they had equal tasks and responsibility towards their mission. Both Gabrielle and Sebastian were engaging characters, competent in their craft and confident in themselves. There was a definite sexual attraction between them and this chemistry leads them back into each other's arms after a several months absence during which they never expected to meet up again, and certainly not to have to work together. Besides the romance, I really enjoyed the spy/suspense plot. I thought it was well put together and it kept my interest from beginning to end. Overall a thoroughly enjoyable read and I'm definitely looking forward to more in the series. 4 stars.
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    Absolutely superb!

    After three blissful days – and nights – together, Sebastian and Gabrielle part ways; they both have business to attend to. They barely know each other apart from the fact that they are very attracted to each other. If only Sebastian weren’t a spy, things could be otherwise. But unbeknownst to him, so is Gabrielle, and Sebastian is shocked when he learns that he will have to work with Gabrielle on a mission for the British Crown’s Office of Intelligence; Sebastian always works alone, but not this time. I loved SEBASTIAN’S LADY SPY from beginning to end, and it was so interesting, I read it in one sitting! Sebastian and Gabrielle are splendid characters, and Ms. Cullen provides much detailed background on both as well. Gabrielle is one of the most fascinating characters I have ever read: she’s brave, as tough as Sebastian, and so wonderfully seductive. Sebastian is a wonderful hero: he is not an arrogant, egotistical rake, even though he is an earl. The secondary characters, such as Lord Wilcott and Phin Lockwood, are just as captivating. SEBASTIAN’S LADY SPY is very well-written, fast-paced, the story is very strong with quite a bit of suspense, it’s dramatic and intense; there is not a dull moment. In SEBASTIAN’S LADY SPY, there is love, romance, passion, adventure; Ms. Cullen strikes a perfect balance between romance, passion and action: splendid! A must read!
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    Enjoyable Spy Tale

    3.5 Stars Sebastian Addison, the the Earl of Claybrook lives a life dedicated to duty - duty to the Crown, his family and those under his care and has never wanted anything more than short affairs. Until he meets Contessa Gabrielle Marciano. After an intense three days together, both Sebastian and Gabrielle walk away because of their obligations and unaware that they are both agents of the Crown. Seven months later, Sebastian is tasked with finding a traitor believed to be a member of the ton and partnered with none other than Contessa Gabrielle Marciano to go undercover in the ton as a courting couple. For a man who has dedicated his life to his work as an operative for the Crown, he had done the unthinkable and fallen for Gabrielle and walking away from Gabrielle seven months earlier had been very difficult. Seeing her again awakens the attraction he had fought so hard to forget. Contessa Gabrielle Marciano is no Contessa. Born into a very terrible background and faced with a life of prostitution at a very young age, she was recruited and trained by the Crown and her cover created to allow her move freely between worlds and among countries. Walking away from Sebastian seven months earlier had been heartbreaking and being forced to work with him is hard for her, but she has a duty as an operative. Forced to assume the title at a young age, Sebastian never had time to be a young man sowing his wild oats and only lives to carry out his obligations until he meets the one woman who tempts him to want more. He is not used to the emotions that she provokes in him and struggles to contain them, to no avail. Gabrielle's cover as the Contessa includes a tarnished reputation as an easy woman and even though she has fallen for Sebastian, she knows the futility of wanting more from him. As they search for the traitor, they struggle to keep focus on their mission and not on their feelings. SEBASTIAN'S LADY SPY is an easy and enjoyable story of two people who have dedicated their lives to duty, who discover that love is a more powerful and compelling force than duty. Gabrielle rose above her beginnings to become a formidable operative - one who is smart, tough and not to be underestimated. Sebastian is also a legendary spy - tough and lethal. Sebastian craves order in his world and what he feels for Gabrielle is far from orderly. The relationship between Sebastian and Gabrielle is a very passionate one, but also very distracting from the job at hand. This distraction actually affects the mission in a big way. The suspense was okay for me but left me with an unanswered question that I hope will be answered in the next book- how did the traitor know their identities? Also, they are some plot lines that were left hanging, with no actual resolution, that I would have loved to see closed off. However, it was still an enjoyable read. *I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.*
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    Not bad.

    Sebastian's Lady Spy by: Sharon Cullen This was an okay read. It was not bad, but boring and overlong in parts. That is not a good problem to have in a book with intrigue. The concept was there for a good story, but the book needs work.
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