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Much Ado About Rogues by Kasey Michaels
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Mar 17, 2012

really liked it
Read in March, 2012

Although the twists and turns of this novel leave the reader with plenty of suspense, the chief focus of Much Ado About Rogues is the relationship between Jack and Tess, matched forces whose interaction guarantees sparks of both anger and passion. As the couple, who share a complex history, seek to find Tess’s father and a mysterious villain known only as “The Gypsy,” they also work to unravel the pain of Jack’s parentage. Incorporating realistic elements such as the difficulties of planning a future when one is a spy who knows far too many government secrets, Kasey Michaels spends the time to craft a deftly plotted novel with engrossing characters who make the reader want to read another installment in their lives. Happily, this novel is one of a trilogy, the first of which I’ve read. Now I have something to look forward to as I seek out the stories Jack’s brothers Puck and Beau!
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