Racing with the Wind by Regan Walker
(Agents of the Crown)

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Synopsis

The intrepid daughter of an earl leaves Regency London for the Parisian court of Louis XVIII, where she finds adventure, mystery, and above all, love.

THE NIGHTHAWK
Hugh Redgrave, marquess of Ormond, was warned. Prinny had dubbed Lady Mary Campbell “the Swan,” but no ordinary man could clip her wings. She was a bluestocking hellion, an ill-advised match by every account. Luckily, he sought no bride. His work lay on the continent, where he’d become legend by stealing war secrets from Boney. And yet, his memories of Lady Mary riding her stallion were a thorn in his mind. He was the son of a duke and in the service of the Prince Regent…and he would not be whole until he had won her hand.

THE SWAN
It was unheard of for a Regency debutante to postpone her first season, yet Lady Mary had done just that. Far more interested in politics than a husband, she had no time for foolishness or frippery. Already she had assisted her statesman uncle in Paris, and she swore to return to the court of Louis XVIII no matter the danger. Like her black stallion, Midnight, she would always run free. Only the truest heart would race beside her.

Praise for Racing with the Wind:

"...a superb historical romance, filled with passion, political intrigue, and a worthy hero and heroine!"
--CYNTHIA WRIGHT, Award Winning Author

“A dashing spy and an intrepid English lady romp through Regency England and Paris. A must read from a bright new author!”
--SHIRL HENKE, USA Today Bestselling Author

"Regan Walker writes great historical romance."
--VIRGINIA HENLEY, New York Times Best-selling Author
 

About Regan Walker

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Published July 23, 2012 by Boroughs Publishing Group. 316 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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