Against the Wind by Regan Walker
(Agents of the Crown)

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A night in London’s most exclusive bordello. Agent of the Crown Sir Martin Powell would not normally indulge, but the end of his time spying against Napoleon deserves a victory celebration. Yet, such pleasure will not come cheap. The auburn-haired courtesan he calls “Kitten” is in truth Katherine, Lady Egerton, a dowager baroness and the daughter of an earl as elusive as she is alluring. She flees a fate worse than death. But Martin has known darkness, too, and he alone can touch her heart—as she has touched his. To the English Midlands they will steal, into the rising winds of revolution.

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Published March 19, 2013 by Boroughs Publishing Group. 264 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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This meticulously well-researched historical romance illuminates a lesser-known chapter in the annals of English spycraft. Taking place during the Regency period, it features men who served their country during the Napoleonic Wars in the shadowy world of espionage. As part of his last service as ...

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