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A New York Times best-selling author, Jane Feather creates spirited historical romances savored by readers around the world. With works including The Widow’s Kiss and The Least Likely Bride, she now has over six million copies of her books in print. To Kiss a Spy, a USA Today best-seller, is a tale of passion, intrigue, and political treachery. Newly widowed, Lady Pen Bryanston is devastated when her child is stillborn - or so she is told by her cruel and ambitious mother-in-law. But she cannot forget the faint memory of a baby’s cry. Her hunger for the truth will lead Pen to join forces with Owen d’Arcy, a handsome French spy. In exchange for information about King Edward’s court, he will help her discover the fate of her child. But as Pen and Owen join forces, they are soon sharing more than secrets. A powerful passion ignites between them that demands to be satisfied. With narrator Jenny Sterlin’s absorbing performance, you’ll be swept up in the danger, deception, and desire that surround the two spies.

©2002 Jane Feather (P)2002 Recorded Books, LLC

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To Kiss a Spy

I only got about 3-4 chapters in & I nearly fell asleep. The narrator spoke so slowly & softly I started to drift off. I was tempted to speed up the pace!

I enjoyed the 1st book in the trilogy, but I think I’d enjoy this one more if I read it in text form. 😴