A daring beauty will risk everything for love in this thrilling romance in Joanna Bourne’s Spymaster series. Raised as a poor but cunning pickpocket. Bourne’s latest espionage-based series historical (following The Spymaster’s Lady) entices with subtle subterfuge and heated romance. My Lord and Spymaster is loosely related to The Spymaster’s Lady; the characters of Doyle and Adrian from the earlier book both appear in the.
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My Lord and Spymaster (Spymasters, #2) by Joanna Bourne
I love the unusual heroines she chooses. What I really liked about the last book was the flow of the language. Sep 30, Ruth rated it really liked it. I take comfort from knowing that this was one of the earlier-written books. The lod in this book is very skimpy, a little lack luster, it’s more of a spy-suspense kind of story with not a very good mystery case, I figured who the bad guy is the moment they got introduced to the story with some lusting added to it.
I loved that in this one, Sebastian’s agenda wasn’t to the mutual joanja of Jess’s. Lists with This Book.
Unfortunately she wasn’t anything special. Jan 31, kris rated it liked it. Jess has come back to her old haunts looking for the man responsible for framing her father for crimes against the crown. From that moment on Sebastian feels Jess is his. And Sebastian is a dead loss I can’t take seriously. I know a lot of readers who loved The Spymaster’s Lady were disappointed with his one, but that was absolutely not my experience.
My Lord and Spymaster
I was grimacing though all of that. Jess really wanted to get herself dead, didn’t she? Want to Read saving…. What happens when they fall in love — the man hungry for vengeance and the woman who’s going to save her father at all costs?
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Her father owns a trading ym shipping company; Jess actually runs the business side, whil Book 2 of the Spymasters series. Standish is a history buff and is constantly filling the house with suits of armour and old pots. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Aug 04, Cristina rated it did not like it Shelves: Lrod, I don’t want to talk about him Loved the characters, loved the setting, loved the story!
His canny trading and her brilliant management have built them a fortune. The writing was lovely and evocative, but the story itself just was not compelling for me and I never connected to the hero or heroine, both of whom got upstaged by secondary characters like Eunice the hero’s badass auntClaudia the hero’s acerbic cousinand Adrian Hawkhurst who has had the best set-up of any “story forthcoming” hero I’ve encountered so far.
The author employs some rather odd syntax. His canny trading and her brilliant management have built them a fortune.
Let’s finish the job. Jess Whitby spymastsr out to prove that her father is wrongfully accused of being an infamous French spy. She searches for the real spy. There were only glimpses of romantic moments between Jess and Sebastian. He takes her to his house to “protect her” but instead of staying put, Superwoman Jess comes and goes as she pleases, even though 4 different groups of people are having her tailed. The way they dart off when you go after them.
The Spymaster’s Lady Joanna Bourne. His controlling, egotistical behavior was so irritating. Or joana to each other, really. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Jess may seem like a respectable gourne with a fortune and a successful business, but Jess has an unfortunate past as being a former thief who lived in the underbelly of Katherine Lane in London. It doesn’t hel Okay, I’m ending my misery.
Also the identity of Cinq, the super-Frech-spy None of the slow unfolding of feelings between William and Marguerite, for example. I wish there had been more interaction between the hero and heroine, not just where their brains are befuddled by raging sexual awareness, but where they are actually getting to know each other. I don’t really connect with this one.