Perfect for readers of Madeline Hunter, Lisa Kleypas, and Sabrina Jeffries, the Rebellious Brides series continues with a sizzling tale of forbidden love between a socialite and a scholar-who might just be an infamous spy. Lady Elinor Dunsmore made the mistake of falling for her older brother's best friend, who vanished after a night of unbridled passion. Six years and a lifetime later, their eyes meet across a Paris salon. Her friends and family believe she's dead, but Elle is very much alive. She's now associated with a ruthless general, who wants her to seduce the man who broke her heart in order to learn his deepest secrets. Is Will a mild-mannered scholar-or the notorious agent they call The Razor? The bastard son of an earl and an actress, Will Naismith always knew he was an unsuitable match for Elle Dunsmore, no matter how powerfully he ached for her. And yet he almost allowed his desires to spoil her glittering future. After the agony caused by Elle's supposed death, Will has devoted himself to the Crown, but his entire life has been leading up to this unexpected reunion. As much as he still wants her, though, he must not succumb to lust once again. For his mission is delicate-and Elle is delectably dangerous. Look for all of Diana Quincy's enchanting Rebellious Brides novels: SPY FALL | A LICENSE TO WED | FROM LONDON WITH LOVE | THE DUKE WHO RAVISHED ME Praise for A License to Wed "This was a nice, chill read that definitely pulled at my heartstrings."-The Romance Factor "Gripping and imaginative...? really loved this book!"-Cup of Tea and Book "The writing flows well and this [book] is easily read as a standalone. I enjoy historical romances and liked the second-chance theme of this tale. I would recommend this to readers who enjoy sexy romance."-Martha's Bookshelf "I would recommend A License to Wed to any Romance reader, no matter the genre. It's a solid, relatable story that will get you caught up in young love, intrigue and second chances."-Keeper Bookshelf Includes a special message from the editor, as well as an excerpt from another Loveswept title.
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