A Desperate Widow
Once a penniless orphan, Evelyn D'Orsay became a countess and a bride at the tender age of 16. But the flames of revolution forced her to flee France, with the aid of a notorious smuggler. Recently widowed and without any means, Evelyn knows she must retrieve the family fortune from France for her daughter's sake - but only one man can help her… the smuggler she cannot forget.
A Dangerous Spy
Jack Greystone has been smuggling since he was a small boy - and he has been spying since the wars began. An outlaw with a bounty on his head, he is in hiding when he becomes aware of the Countess's inquiries about him. He is reluctant to come to her aid yet again, for he has never been able to forget her. But he soon realizes he'll surrender anything to be with the woman he loves….
The narrator could have been better, her male voices weren't very good and there was something wrong with the recording, there was a lot of repeating of words. There was to much dwelling on the heroines feelings and specifications but in spite of that I did find I enjoyed the story.
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I enjoyed the story and the narrator. This is my second Brenda Joyce novel and I will be reading more.
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