Love, Lies, and British Spies by Selena Laurence
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After an engagement gone terribly awry, American interior designer Eva Anderson has finally met the man of her dreams. Handsome, charming Owen Martin is one of London's most talented musicians, and he's head over heels for Eva to boot. They fall in love, get married, and go on a fabulous honeymoon to Paris.
But Owen forgot to tell Eva one little detail: he's actually a top secret British spy . . . oh, and there are more than a few women in his past. Unfortunately for Eva, one of those women is the beloved younger sister of Middle Eastern terrorist Hassam Khalil. Hassam wants nothing more than revenge on Owen for defiling his sister, so he kidnaps Eva.
Owen rushes to the catacombs of Paris to rescue his new bride only to discover that she's learned all of his worst secrets and wants nothing more to do with him. From the teashops of London to the cafes of Paris and the ports of Alexandria, Owen and Eva encounter terrorists run amok, friends with the best of intentions, guns, fangirls, and espionage galore. But, will love ever be enough to overcome the lies of this British spy?
Sensuality Level: Sensual

About Selena Laurence

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Selena Laurence started writing in the office of a United States Senator where creating fiction was one of many skills she acquired. In addition to her addiction to writing and reading romance, she drives kids around, lets the dog have the front seat, and generally tries to wrangle chaos. Her husband, Mr. Laurence, is a very patient man. Find out more about Selena at:; Twitter: @selenalaurence;; and on Facebook: Selena Laurence.
Published April 22, 2013 by Crimson Romance. 143 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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