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Bound by Love
by Rosemary Rogers

Overview - The illegitimate daughter of the Russian czar, Leonida arrives at the estate of Stefan, the Duke of Huntley, with secrets...and a mission. Searching for covert documents sequestered in Stefan's massive library, she is the perfect guest--"and" the perfect spy.  Read more...

 
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Overview
The illegitimate daughter of the Russian czar, Leonida arrives at the estate of Stefan, the Duke of Huntley, with secrets...and a mission. Searching for covert documents sequestered in Stefan's massive library, she is the perfect guest--"and" the perfect spy.
Fascinated by her flawless beauty and her intriguing air of mystery, Stefan draws intimately closer...and Leonida, bound by duty to her family and country, finds herself utterly captivated. Yet as danger and desire meet in a tangled web of espionage and deceit, the two will face a choice that can be made only by love itself.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780373773961
  • ISBN-10: 037377396X
  • Publisher: Harlequin Books
  • Publish Date: August 2009
  • Page Count: 416


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Books > Fiction > Romance - Historical

 
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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page 114.
  • Review Date: 2009-06-29
  • Reviewer: Staff

This perfect beach book moves effortlessly from the green English countryside to bustling Paris to the glittering court of Emperor Alexander Pavlovich. Leonida, the czar's illegitimate daughter, travels to Surrey in search of incriminating correspondence in which her mother revealed state secrets to the previous Duchess of Huntley. Stefan, the current duke, can't figure out what she's up to, but that doesn't stop him from pursuing her. After Leonida flees with the letters, he tracks her all the way to St. Petersburg. The villain and hero are obvious, but other players' motives are less clear. Leonida is very easy to like, idealistic and loyal; Stefan, who declares it “a pity” that “women are no longer the property of men,” is more stereotypical and less sympathetic. The history is skimpy, but fans of Regency romance will enjoy the familiar story and unusual setting. (Aug.)

 
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