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A Woman's Innocence by Gayle Callen

By Gayle Callen

Within the ultimate instalment of Gayle Callen's interesting Spies and fanatics trilogy, a mad–dash look for fact brings jointly an not likely pair – a lady accused of treason, and the guy who convicted her... Now that he eventually has the notorious traitor, Julia Reed, in penal complex, you'll imagine English agent Samuel Sherryngton will be happy to determine justice served. yet situations are usually not constantly what they look like, and the proof usually are not including up. quickly Sam has doubts over her guilt which, in fact, has not anything to do with the appeal for Julia he is been battling opposed to for thus decades. no longer prepared to work out her accomplished for against the law she would possibly not have dedicated, Sam defies the legislation of britain and breaks Julia out of penitentiary. What in the beginning begun as a seek to discover facts convicting Julia speedy becomes a quest to end up her innocence. Can this daring and rushing pair realize the reality and nonetheless make time for love?

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But he’d better start thinking of something else or she’d know just what she was sitting on. He gave a couple more bounces to satisfy the tavern customers, and she slapped his arm. “I have several plans to prove your inno­ cence,” he said. “After we mislead our pursuit for a bit, we need to return to Misterton village and your family estate. Lewis went there imme­ diately when you both returned from India. ” Her body stiffened, and she glanced over her shoulder at him with shock and horror. “It was the perfect excuse to send you north, wasn’t it?

No wonder they couldn’t tell what we were about,” he murmured, then bounced a bit for some rhythmic squeaking. “Stop that,” she said, attempting a stern frown. “We’ve got to give them a show. Sit down with me and we’ll talk. ” She narrowed her eyes as he bounced some more. ” “I didn’t think so. ” He saw a trace of weariness before she hid it behind a grimace as she stared at the cot. ” “I don’t know—” He caught her around the waist, and though he meant to pull her next to him, somehow she ended up in his lap.

He was pre­ tending, and she would have to save herself by doing the same. She let her hands run slowly up his chest, try­ ing not to feel every hill and valley of muscle. Unlike his, her breath was coming much too fast, whether from fear or excitement she didn’t know. With an imperceptible shrug, she let the cloak slide back off one shoulder, and it took her loose dress with it, revealing the bare skin of her collarbone. Sam looked right at it, where she wanted him to, and he licked his lips. She gave a slow, satisfied smile.

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