Before New York Times bestselling author Kerrelyn Sparks created a world of vampires, there was another world of spies and romance . . .
Virginia Munro could not believe her ears. This bewigged, bejeweled, and bedeviling man was trying to buy her? As if she were some trollop on the Boston docks?
Before she's fully able to give in to her outrage, the fop moves on—and Virginia refuses to spare him another thought.
But Quincy Stanton is not what he seems. By day, he poses as a carefree Loyalist with an army of wigs and a wardrobe that favors lavender. By night, he wages a secret war against the British with an impressive collection of eighteenth-century spy gadgets. If anyone were to discover the truth, Quincy would hang, yet he can't seem to stay away from the lovely and saucy Virginia. Will their attraction lead to love . . . or danger?
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Complete with a colonial, James Bond–type hero and a wealth of gadgets that even Q would approve of—a walking stick that doubles as a sword, an egg-shaped submersible and a carriage outfitted with a deadly trap door—this 18th-century adventure lacks the intense romantic conflict often found in ro...| Read Full Review of For Love or Country
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When Quincy goes to England, he finds out that his father has wasted his fortune and now wants to get his hands on Quincy and Edward's very successful shipping business.Jun 25 2002 | Read Full Review of For Love or Country
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