The Undercover Scoundrel (The Hope Diamond Trilogy, #3)The Undercover Scoundrel by Jessica Peterson

http://www.jessicapeterson.com

Genre: Historical Romance (Regency)

Series: The Hope Diamond Trilogy #3

Source: Received for an honest review from the publisher

  • Series: The Hope Diamond Trilogy (Book 3)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley (June 2, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425272095
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425272091

(From Amazon)

The author of The Millionaire Rogue returns to her dazzling series about a bygone era filled with romance, espionage, and one dangerously seductive diamond…

Mr. Henry Lake spent the past twelve years uncovering the most scandalous secrets of Europe’s wealthy and powerful, serving as one of His Majesty’s most decorated spies. But when a mission to find the legendary French Blue diamond brings him back to London, and face to face with a beautiful noblewoman he once loved, it’s his own hidden passions that are uncovered…

Lady Caroline, Countess of Berry, knows better than to lose her head over a man. After an embarrassing romantic entanglement forced her into a loveless marriage and early widowhood, she learned to never trust in desire, especially when it comes to the man who once broke her heart. Only, despite her good sense, she finds Henry impossible to resist—even when he once again places her in deathly danger…


From the Paperback edition.

MY THOUGHTS

#3 and final installment in the amazing “The Hope Diamond”Trilogy. Can be read as a stand alone, but I would suggest reading the other two first, “The Gentleman Jewel Thief” and “The Millionaire Rogue”.
Fast paced, action packed, thrill ride of espionage, romance, passion, and one dangerously seductive diamond. Meet, Lady Caroline, the Countess of Berry and Mr. Henry Lake. Secrets and danger are abound as well as suspense and adventure. I loved how the author brought this Trilogy to it’s conclusion. Wickedly delicious!

*Received for an honest review from the publisher*

Rating:4.5
Heat rating: Mild
Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

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