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The Lady's Code by Samantha Saxon
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Apr 14, 11

bookshelves: historical-romance
Read in February, 2008

After being ruined by a vengeful guy, the heroine decides to offer her services to the crown by helping to crack the French's code. I was kind of bored during parts of the story, especially the sections where the villain is plotting her evil deeds. I'm starting to get really annoyed with stories where the villain is a "loose" woman who uses men like tissue paper. At least the heroine, Juliet, was interesting, she liked men and she wasn't afraid to admit it. But the characters weren't developed enough IMO and the heroine had several to stupid moments that contrasted with her intelligence a little too much.

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