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Queen's world was shattered, and she was banished to a foreign land. Years pass before she dares to return, but what she finds is of little comfort. Greed and dishonesty have festered and grown in her absence. Embittered and cynical, Queen trusts few people.
Owen pursues a clandestine investigation and finds himself working side-by-side with a veritable ghost, an agent few have seen, a master of disguise known simply as Queen. He craves her trust...but then uncovers a secret from his family's past that could destroy her.
Queen once sought refuge in America and now seeks it in disguise. Owen has always found his refuge in God, but will his faith be strong enough for the challenges ahead? Can he convince her to stop hiding, or is he doomed to become her most hated enemy?
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By lynda on 02-23-18
A Great Listen
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher and found it very entertaining. This is a suspenseful and fast paced novel, with just the right amount of humor. The well written characters are unique and suit this story about the spy world just after the Napoleonic Wars very well. Even though this is book 3 of the series, I had no problem following the story line, since enough back information was included that I could follow it easily. I will definitely be checking out the first two books of this series.
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By Betababe on 06-30-18
A Regency Thriller!
Sometimes audiobooks lack a means of reference to some of the visual clues which alert you to a different time or place when reading. Listening to the beginning of the story left me a bit confused, but by the second chapter I'd concluded the hero was a Bow Street Runner. Close but no cigar! Turns out the action at the start was MUCH later in the narration and thus most of the book was a flashback of a tale that is NOT your standard Regency Romance--more like a Regency Thriller. Different, and thoroughly enjoyable, including the dulcet tones of the narrator, Misty Gray, who ably vocalized the myriad characters.