Just A Kiss by Lucia Bruels

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Sweeping across Europe in Napoleon's wake, Lord Greysteel's spying for England's Home Office proves invaluable.  Involved in mapmaking, he works his way into a gypsy camp to avoid capture.  The young girl he meets there almost causes his death.  Part gypsy, Rebekka is herself hiding, and for a far different reason.  Her innocence against Greysteel's charm and experience seems no match.  As the battle heats up between England and France and sides are taken emotions burn deep, passion deeper.  Rebekka's birth and connections can be disastrous to the cause. Has she been planted in the path of British ambition?  Country and honor or desire and betrayal? The French Eagle or the British Lion? War is made by men, destiny by women and it only takes a kiss, just a kiss, to turn chance meeting into a game of sensual pursuit.  

About Lucia Bruels

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Bruels loves history, travel, writing, and all things French.
Published July 6, 2007 by AuthorHouse. 348 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance, Action & Adventure, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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