The Spymaster's Lady ) returns to the French Revolution for her latest romance, this time matching up an English spy and a French aristocrat. Marguer"/>
 

The Forbidden Rose

Joanna Bourne, Author
Joanna Bourne, Author . Berkley Sensation $7.99 (392p) ISBN 978-0-425-23561-4
Reviewed on: 04/19/2010
Release date: 06/01/2010
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Bourne (The Spymaster's Lady ) returns to the French Revolution for her latest romance, this time matching up an English spy and a French aristocrat. Marguerite de Fleurignac, a noblewoman who smuggles émigrés to England, encounters William Doyle in the charred remains of her chateau outside of Paris. She needs sanctuary and agrees to let him escort her through the French countryside. Though she pretends to be Scottish and he claims to be French, no one in this book seems able to keep secrets: William knows Marguerite's identity, she and the French secret police both know he is hunting her father, and everyone, including the secret police and the British, knows everything about the smugglers. Nonetheless, the romance is sweet, and once William and Marguerite admit their love, the ensuing adventure story is everything a spy thriller should be. (June)

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