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A Woman's Innocence by Gayle Callen

By Gayle Callen

Within the ultimate instalment of Gayle Callen's intriguing Spies and fans trilogy, a mad–dash look for fact brings jointly an not likely pair – a girl accused of treason, and the fellow who convicted her... Now that he eventually has the notorious traitor, Julia Reed, in penitentiary, you'll imagine English agent Samuel Sherryngton will be happy to work out justice served. yet situations are not continuously what they seem like, and the proof usually are not including up. quickly Sam has doubts over her guilt which, after all, has not anything to do with the appeal for Julia he is been battling opposed to for thus a long time. now not prepared to work out her accomplished for a criminal offense she would possibly not have devoted, Sam defies the legislation of britain and breaks Julia out of reformatory. What at the start begun as a seek to discover evidence convicting Julia fast becomes a quest to turn out her innocence. Can this daring and speeding pair realize the reality and nonetheless make time for love?

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You didn’t have a dowry when you attracted the Duke of Kelthorpe,” he said. ” She sounded sad and confused, and he found himself bitterly wondering if she loved the duke. It seemed like every man had had a chance with her but himself. “Somehow, he liked me for who I was, the ex­ periences I’d had,” she continued. ” But she gave him a glance that said they both knew the truth. “Even if he doesn’t, the rest of his family will. ” He should ask if she loved Kelthorpe; it was on the tip of his tongue, but he just couldn’t say it, and certainly didn’t want to hear the answer.

I don’t know what we’re doing yet. Whatever I have to say, play along with me. ” She didn’t like the sound of this, she thought, pulling her hood forward. The cloak smelled of Sam. Not so long ago, that would have made her feel safe. Not anymore. Suddenly his hands drifted down her legs, and she felt her skirt slide up. A warm breeze touched her bare calves. ” she hissed into his ear, wishing she could kick his offending hands away. Before he could answer, one of the men lean­ ing against the tavern wall suddenly lifted a hand and called a greeting out to them.

His arms were about her, his chest had been her pillow, and his hard thighs supported her. She flushed and rose quickly to her feet, straight­ ening the plain gown, trying to fix her wild hair. “I think you said something about disguises,” she said. He stood up slowly, then lifted his arms over his head and stretched. She could see the buttons of his shirt pull as his chest expanded, and she felt a flush of awareness. She had slept in his arms, something she’d never done with a man before. It felt almost as intimate as— She turned away, not wanting him to see her reddening face.

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