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Rogue's Holiday

(Agents of the Crown #5)

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Robert Powell’s work as a spy saves the Cabinet ministers from a gruesome death and wins him accolades from George IV. As a reward, the king grants him a baronetcy and a much-deserved holiday at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton where he thinks to indulge in brandy, cards, good horseflesh and women.

But when Muriel, Dowager Countess of Claremont, learns of Sir Robert’s
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Kindle Edition, 360 pages
Published November 7th 2019 by Regan Walker Publishing
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Frankie (Chicks, Rogues and Scandals)
say the same thing every single time I read a Regan Walker book, and I think Regan must be tired of reading it from me, never-the-less, I am going to say it again and that is; she really has a gift for story-telling. Every time I pick up a Regan Walker book, I know that I am going to be in for a treat, she stun’s with her eloquent and magical writing, she never disappoints, and this is no exception.

To say I have been looking forward to this book is an understatement, it’s been a long torturous
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Lesia Chambliss
Nov 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: arc, reviewed, spymaster
A well written book by Author Regan Walker. This book has wonderful characters, and a great storyline, returning with Robbie Powell, a spy for the crown, Jack Donet, and then introducing Miss Chastity. The poor girl has her own problems, not fitting in with her family for one, except for a dear, somewhat eccentric Aunt Agatha in Brighton, who she will spend the summer with. A funny thing happened on their way to Brighton though, Chastity kinda runs into Robbie, well....I don't want to spoil ...more
April
Rogue’s Holiday (Agents of the Crown Book 5) by Regan Walker is an awesome Regency Romance set in the 1800's, in Lodon, and Brighton. While, book 5 of the "Agents of the Crown", it can be read as a stand alone. However, I would recommend reading this entire series, but, it is not necessary to enjoy ROGUE'S HOLIDAY.

Follow, Robert( Robbie)
Powell, who is a spy for the Crown. He saves the Cabinet ministers from a horrible death, which wins him high praise from King George IV. Miss Chastity Reynolds,
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Tina Williams
Nov 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Hugely enjoyable Regency Romance
Regan Walker’s latest instalment in her Agents of the Crown series is an expertly woven tale of romance, intrigue and danger set in Regency England. It is a hugely entertaining and enjoyable read. The novel focuses on Robbie, whom readers met in A Secret Scottish Christmas, but also includes other characters featured in the series. The book works perfectly well as a standalone but I also encourage you to read the other books in the set, which are equally well
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Cyndith Hoelscher
I have eagerly anticipated the release of this novel, Rogue's Holiday, the fifth in Regan Walker's Agents of the Crown series, since reading A Secret Scottish Christmas two years ago. I fell in love with the twin spies who use their identicalness to serve King George.

As, the last of the series, it is fitting, that Robbie, the roguish brother finds himself contemplating his future while on a dangerous mission to thwart a treasonous plan against the King. In the darkness, he ponders on the
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Barbara Mccarthy
A Regency story that has a little of everything ! Mystery, mayhem, and of course romance. Robbie Powell, the last of the unmarried men in his family, is also a spy for the Crown and his involvement in the Cato street incident results in reward and also unforeseen danger for the new lady in his life, Chastity, who wants nothing to do with the "Rogue" at first. Jack Donet, the Comte de Saintonge and Robbie's uncle, accompanies him to Brighton for a much anticipated vacation by invitation of ...more
Janice Hougland
Oct 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved meeting Jack Donet’s twin cousins in the author’s book, A Secret Scottish Christmas. In that story, Nash Powell meets his true love and marries her. In this holiday story, his twin, Robert (Robbie) Powell, meets Chastity Reynolds and for the first time in his roguish career and love life, Robbie has met his match in Chastity. What a wonderful tale this author has woven in Rogue’s Holiday, full of good banter, an excellent historical description of the popular Brighton seaside town at ...more
Vickie
Nov 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Rogue’s Holiday begins with Robbie Powell spying on behalf of the Crown. Once his mission is complete and the traitorous men are apprehended, a more than thankful King George IV bestows on him the title of baronet making him Sir Robert Powell. The King also offers up his Royal Pavilion in Brighton so that he may vacation for the summer. Robbie gladly accepts and invites his uncle, Jack Donet to accompany him. Before Robbie leaves, Muriel, the Dowager Countess of Claremont, asks a favor of him. ...more
Vielka
Nov 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This particular story begins in the year 1820, in the court of King George IV of England. In this tale, there are many characters that are pertinent to developing the course of the story. I will tell you about some of them below.

Robie Powell is a spy for the English crown, and he has been contracted to put a stop to the deaths of the council's ministers.

Another focal person is the Lady Chastity Reynolds; daughter of a very prestigious shoemaker. This young woman designs her shoes exactly the way
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Brenda
Nov 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Robert Powell’s work as a spy saves the Cabinet ministers from a gruesome death and wins him accolades from George IV. As a reward, the king grants him a baronetcy and a much-deserved holiday at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton.
In Brighton, Robbie discovers he is being followed by friends of the conspirators who had planned to murder the Cabinet.
Muriel, Dowager Countess of Claremont, learns of Sir Robert’s intended destination and she begs a favor of him. She asks him to watch over an “errant
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Cyrene Olson
Dec 06, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The final book in the Agents of the Crown series, but don’t be alarmed, you can easily read these as standalones. Having the background of the family from the beginning just enhances the books. I’ve come to rely on this author to always be a good read, and she doesn’t disappoint here. This book is not just a romance, it’s a thrilling regency, with suspense and danger. There were times I laughed out loud and other times I was reading as fast I could to see what happened next. With real history ...more
Eve
Nov 09, 2019 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Sad to say that I am the first one giving this book a bad review.
First, I hate it when an author insult other women just to make the heroine looks good. It is really off putting. I wish romance author will stop doing it.

Secondly, there are too many characters and the story in my opinion is meandering and drawn out. There are pages after pages, chapter after chapter before the heroine met the hero BRIEFLY. There are many unimportant scenes and information about the era that read like a history
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Sharon
Nov 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Love of country and King lead to Happily ever after

Miss Chastity Reynolds is an unusual young lady as she has plans not to marry but live as an eccentric shoe designer in her inherited estate. Robert Powell, spy for the Crown and ship owner is happy with his single state. Neither are able to withstand the matchmaking of "The Grand Countess and Chastity 's Aunt Agatha. I loved that Prinny, now the King and Mrs. Fitzherbert were prominent characters in this story. Brighton comes alive in this
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Karen
Nov 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is a wonderful story set in 1820’s regency England, in the seaside resort of Brighton. This book is a fantastic blend of historic accuracy, palace intrigue, and delightful love story. The romance itself is chock full of witty repartee between Miss Chastity Reynolds (a shoe designer) and Sir Robert Powell (an agent of the crown). Which made this book an absolute joy to read. Regan Walkers writes fantastic stories and this one is an absolute gem. Brava!
V
Nov 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I was privileged in receiving and advance copy and I am leaving my review with no pressure but simply because I enjoyed my self while reading this story
story that brings you into the times of Kings and queens intrigue and why not history. How much trouble can he get into?
Will he survive take a chance and find out.
Regan is one of the best historical writer of this decade.
I enjoyed this books specially.
Karen Llanes
Nov 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Rogue's Holiday a wonderful story for Chastity and Robbie. It can be read as a stand alone. But I absolutely love the Powells and Donets. I love how Robbie decided Chastity was the one for him what he told Chastity's dad gave a awesome connection. Regan puts the research into her stories. I like to read a book that tells of the events of the time period. The details of the surroundings and clothing let see it in my mind while reading it.
Sharon
Nov 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Miss Chastity Reynolds is an unusual young lady as she has plans not to marry but live as an eccentric shoe designer in her inherited estate. Robert Powell, spy for the Crown and ship owner is happy with his single state. Neither are able to withstand the matchmaking of "The Grand Countess and Chastity 's Aunt Agatha. I loved that Prinny, now the King and Mrs. Fitzherbert were prominent characters in this story. Brighton comes alive in this historical romance. One of my favorites.
Amy
Nov 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Rogue's Holiday, book five from Regan Walker's Agents of the Crown series. Even though it is part of a series, it can be read as a stand alone. I loved this beautiful historical romance. It was delightfully entertaining. I highly recommend it.
Five stars.
I received this book from the author, but was not required to write a review. This review 100% my own honest opinion.
Ronda Blanke Geiger
Nov 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Rove's Holiday

Awesome book! I love the interwoven stories and the grown up characters from other stories. The crowns spies and the rogue looking for love meet the country Holden makes for an interesting storyline. I loved the intrigue and mystery that surrounds the characters. Highly recommend this series!
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