REVIEW: Sebastian’s Lady Spy by Sharon Cullen

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Seduction abounds in Sharon Cullen’€™s steamy historical romance! For the Crown’€™s top agents, love is a hazard best avoided–€”until an unforgettable affair exposes their undercover hearts.

Sebastian Addison has a powerful secret. To society he is the Earl of Claybrook, the patriarch who raised his siblings after the death of their parents. But to the king, Sebastian is Britain’€™s top spy–a position that has taken an emotional toll on him. Contessa Gabrielle Marciano has also been living a lie, her title a cover devised by the Office of Intelligence. The femme fatale was plucked from a life of crime and prostitution and trained to restrain her passionate nature. Until she meets the earl.

For three deeply sensual days and nights, Sebastian and Gabrielle drop their masks, indulging in pleasures that seem too good to be true. Then the lovers go their separate ways. Seven months later they reunite when inside sources report that an English aristocrat has been aiding France in a plot to topple the Crown. Their objective: to find the turncoat. Their greatest challenge: to keep their wild, wounded hearts from derailing a mission of life and death.

Praise for Sharon Cullen

€œ“The Notorious Lady Anne has everything I look for in a romance… €”swashbuckling adventure, a hero and heroine with sizzling chemistry, and nonstop, leap-off-the-page action. Cullen’€™s debut is a sexy, fun, and thrilling read.”€–Bestselling author Shana Galen

Loving the Earl is charming and fast-paced. It’€™s filled with passion, intrigue, a resourceful heroine you’€™ll love, and a delicious hero you’€™ll fall in love with. An absolute delight!€€”New York Timesand USA Today bestselling author Jacquie D’€™Alessandro

A sizzling, smart relationship that evolves beautifully to capture readers’€™ hearts as well as their imaginations . . . Cullen crafts an engaging romance that is as much a tribute to the past as it is a tale of two unlikely lovers.–RT Book Reviewson Pleasing the Pirate

Includes a special message from the editor, as well as an excerpt from another Loveswept title.


As always I want to thank Random House Loveswept and NetGalley for providing us with a copy of this book so that we can bring you this review.

Well we all know I love Sharon Cullen and this series. Well what can I say about Sebastian… that he’s an ass for a big part of this… or how about that I wanted to smack him across the head for denying what he knows in his heart. One of the things that kills me about Sebastian is that he lives the same lifestyle that Gabrielle does and the say he reacts to it is like she’d kept something important from him when all she has done is what she is supposed to do. Now what can I say about Gabrielle other than she is awesome. She fought as a young girl and continues to fight and kick butt as an adult. She is able to come face to face with those who want nothing more than to hurt her and perseveres. I look forward to hearing more about these characters in future books

I give this 5 kisses 

Happy reading… Adri

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