Blistering seduction meets international intrigue in the Highlands as a veteran spy infiltrates the court of Mary, Queen of Scots. There he matches wits against a tantalizing enemy: his new wife. Simon Marcheford wants nothing more than to settle down on the land bestowed upon him by the English crown. Queen Elizabeth, however, is not about to let her best spy retire so easily. Simon will have his reward, she decrees, after he completes one last mission in Scotland. But no sooner has he sussed out a diabolical plot up North than Queen Mary weds him to her cousin-an exquisite beauty with troubled, soulful eyes-and orders Simon to watch her every move. Aimee de Verris is no spy. But her life may depend on becoming one. Banished from the French court by Catherine de Medici, Aimee finds herself tasked with reporting on Queen Mary's activities in Scotland, where she's unnerved by the frigid weather and brutish customs. Worst of all, Aimee's been married off to a most uncouth lout. But when murder strikes, she learns to appreciate Simon's talent for shielding her with every inch of his muscular frame. If Aimee desires her husband, perhaps she could trust him-or even love him. Look for all of Sharon Cullen's delightful historical romances: The All the Queen's Spies series: WED TO A SPY | BOUND TO A SPY The Secrets & Seduction series: THE NOTORIOUS LADY ANNE | LOVING THE EARL | PLEASING THE PIRATE | HIS SAVING GRACE | SEBASTIAN'S LADY SPY | THE RELUCTANT DUCHESS The Highland Pride series: SUTHERLAND'S SECRET | MACLEAN'S PASSION | CAMPBELL'S REDEMPTION Praise for Wed to a Spy "The characters in this book were interesting and intriguing. The story was well written and sucked me in from the first page."-Book Binge "A captivating launch to the series."-Publishers Weekly "The character development was skillfully done, and the slow and sensual attraction between Simon and Aimee was slowly built and cleverly worked to perfection as Aimee discovered the difference between infatuation and true love."-Color Me Read Includes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.
by Sharon Cullen
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