One Night with a Spy For years Lady Julia Barrowby has acted the part of an old man s ornamental bride never revealing that she has secretly helped the ailing Lord Barrowby in his work with the Royal Four Now that her h

  • Title: One Night with a Spy
  • Author: Celeste Bradley
  • ISBN: 9780312939663
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • For years, Lady Julia Barrowby has acted the part of an old man s ornamental bride, never revealing that she has secretly helped the ailing Lord Barrowby in his work with the Royal Four Now that her husband has died, Julia believes his place in the Four is hers by right But convincing the remaining members will not be easy, especially with Marcus Ramsay, Lord Dryden, disFor years, Lady Julia Barrowby has acted the part of an old man s ornamental bride, never revealing that she has secretly helped the ailing Lord Barrowby in his work with the Royal Four Now that her husband has died, Julia believes his place in the Four is hers by right But convincing the remaining members will not be easy, especially with Marcus Ramsay, Lord Dryden, distracting her at every turn Somehow, the mysterious Marcus seems to see into her very soul, effortlessly satisfying all her secret, forbidden longings Marcus stood next in line to be chosen for the Four, and he is not willing to be displaced by a woman, no matter how intriguing or beautiful she may be Under orders to investigate Julia, Marcus discovers her diary, overflowing with years of loneliness and yearning Fulfilling Julia s fantasies is the perfect way to get closer to her, but seducing this fascinating creature is fast becoming than a means to an end it is his soul s deepest desire

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    1. Celeste Bradley says:

      Celeste Bradley is the author of Fallen, which was nominated for a RITA in 2002, and The Pretender, the first book in the Liars series According to Bradley, the best thing about writing is that she finally gets to use the brain full of trivia she s collected over a lifetime of living in eight states, residing in over twenty homes, and changing her major five times It was research for my writing career That s my story, and I m sticking to it For now, she lives in Tennessee with her journalist husband, her two divas in training, and the smartest dog in the worldcmillan author celest



    2 thoughts on “One Night with a Spy

    1. One Night with a Spy is the third book in the Royal Four series, which is an offshoot of the Liars Club series. It's been years since I last read any books by Celeste Bradley. I glommed her big-time, and then I decided to take a break so that I wouldn't get tired of her and Regency historicals (I don't like to get burned out on different genres). Now I am reminded why I am a fan of her writing.Normally I have a low saturation point for witty, lighter Regency historical romances. Not that they ar [...]

    2. The premise for this one was great. A female super-spy wannabe with an intriguing background and an ambitious and attractive rival. Unfortunately, the book just didn't live up to the outline and, frustratingly, it was only for want of a few tweaks. The heroine was clearly super-smart, but I really struggled to think that she wouldn't see through the hero's "disguise". It could have been really entertaining if she had and then strung him along. Also, why make her The World's Most Beautiful? Why n [...]

    3. Ms. Bradley is back on her game. This story is rich in romance, mystery and suspense. Her writing has a depth that draws the reader into the emotions of each character then takes them on a ride you can't put down.

    4. 2.5 - 3 starsMy feelings about this book are a bit conflicted. On the one hand, I hated the premise of the book: betrayal, manipulation, the level of deception, etc. In fact, I had to force myself to read it months after I'd read all the others in the series, including the Liars' Club series, by placing it as one of the books in a reading challenge. On the other hand, I liked the HEA and the certain level of heartache involved when the hero makes a major goof. I couldn't like Marcus whole-hearte [...]

    5. I was so mad at lots of parts during this book. If you are the kind of person, like me, who HATES it when the Hero does not grovel after he has been a piece of shit the whole book or does some stupid shit to the Heroine, DO NOT READ THIS BOOK. I wanted to put it down but unfortunately, like many others, I have been reading the entire series, including the Liars Club. This has been Celeste's worst in both series. I am so mad at the Heroine. There was never a point where the Heroine showed self-re [...]

    6. This book was fun, since it deals with this idea of a woman being a member of the Royal Four. And there were all those fun circus performers! And I was excited to see what Marcus was up to in this book, after his supporting role in the last book And it was pretty cute, overall I just think that if anyone did to me what Marcus did to Julia HOLY COW! But she just falls right back into his armsI dunno I feel like there's a pattern developing in Celeste Bradley's books: characters who fall deeply, y [...]

    7. Abgebrochen bei Seite 110.Schon von Beginn an bin ich nicht so richtig in die Handlung reingekommen. INHALT:Julia Barrowby ist gerade erst Witwe geworden und übernahm in letzter Zeit heimlich die Aufgaben ihres Mannes bei den Royal Four. Die Royal Four oder besser gesagt jetzt "drei" sind alles andere als begeistert, dass ihr verstorbener Mann seiner Frau zu seiner Nachfolgerin ausgebildet hat. Lord Marcus soll sie auskundschaften. Als Marcus bei Julia auftaucht ist sie von Verehrern umschwärm [...]

    8. Strong heroine, spies, and sex. Life is good. There were some unnecessary plot twists towards the end and a few unexplained parts, but still a good read. I look forward the the last in the series

    9. Marcus Ramsay’s day has finally come. With the death of Lord Barrowby, the former “Fox”, member of the elite (and mysterious) Royal Four, it’s Marcus’ turn to take the coveted seat.Unfortunately, he didn’t count with the competition. There is someone else “applying” for the position of the most cunning of the Four. To add insult to injury, the upstart is a woman.Lady Julia Barrowby has been acting as the Fox for the past three years, ever since her elderly husband’s collapse. S [...]

    10. We met Marcus Ramsay, Dane’s protégé, in Surrender to a Wicked Spy. He’s been preparing to become the next Lion in the Royal Four, but Dane isn’t much older than he is, and by the time Dane is ready to call it quits, Marcus might be past his prime as well. So when Marcus learns that The Fox, old man Barrowby, died without naming his successor, he is champing at the bit. Except, well, it turns out that Julia Barrowby, Lord B’s much-younger wife, thinks it's her turn. In fact, her husban [...]

    11. I think the first and foremost thing I can say about this book is that you really should read the others in the series, as well as the Liar's Club books in order to really understand all the different nuances. I haven't read those - this is actually the first of Bradley's books I've read - and though I still understood the book for the most part, I really felt like I was missing out on details because I didn't understand the other characters and situations that she's built up in the other books. [...]

    12. There is an order to these books I guess and one that I am paying no mind to. This is the third book in the series, The Royal Four. The Royal Four are an extremely group of four men that serve the British Crown, they would do anything to protect the interests of England. They are known as the Lion, the Cobra, the Falcon, and the Fox. Lord Barrowby or the Fox, has been ailing for some time, unbeknownst to the other three. He had taken under his a very smart, and brave woman who also happened to b [...]

    13. For years, Lady Julia Barrowby has acted the part of an old man's ornamental bride, never revealing that she has secretly helped the ailing Lord Barrowby in his work with the Royal Four. Now that her husband has died, Julia believes his place in the Four is hers by right. But convincing the remaining members will not be easy, especially with Marcus Ramsay, Lord Dryden, distracting her at every turn. Somehow, the mysterious Marcus seems to see into her very soul, effortlessly satisfying all her s [...]

    14. Here we see again the handsome Marcus and especially the mysterious Fox =)Julia has always been the pretty young wife of the old Fox but what everyone ignored is that this is Julia who is actually the Fox for several years. Unfortunately, after the death of the Fox, the Royal Four (or rather the Royal Three) are far from convinced by the pretty widow and ask Marcus to investigate. Unfortunately, if the young widow is far from trivial and a true bewitching beauty, it also seems she is the target [...]

    15. Eine Frau als engste Beraterin des Königs? Welch ein Skandal! Marcus Ramsay, Lord Dryden, wird umgehend damit beauftragt, den Ruf der jungen Witwe Julia Barrowby zu schädigen. Doch während er auf vielfältige Weise ihr Vertrauen erschleicht, entdeckt er plötzlich Gefühle für die temperamentvolle Schöne, die ganz unvernünftig, wild und leidenschaftlich sind Das ist ein interessantes Thema, vor allem zu der Zeit. Julia ist eine sehr sympathische Figur, mit sehr vielen Geheimnissen. Marcus [...]

    16. Two things kept me from loving this book as much as I could have. 1) I started this series with book 3 and didn't realize it until half way through. It totally explained why I felt so disconnected from the storyline and why I felt like I was playing catch-up. Totally my fault.2) The concept of a French aristocrat run out of town, raised as a trick rider in a carnival troupe, who then marries an aristocrat is preposterous. It made an otherwise interesting heroine who owns her passion (and writes [...]

    17. The plot was good, but didn't really require a full sized novel. A novella without all the heroine's sexual fantasies, which I skipped, would have been fine. If the sex doesn't advance the plot, and it didn't, then it's really just porn. I've liked the Liars Club series and the first of the Royal Four specifically because the sex wasn't over the top or the whole point of the book. The second book of the Royal Four was a bit odd in the sex department. And this one just was over the top.Still, I e [...]

    18. This book was much better than the last one in the series. Marcus is attractive, amusing, and sexy. Even when he's being a total jackass, he's a likeable one. The one part I really didn't like was in the lake where Marcus has an orgasm just from looking at Julia naked. That's so not hot!I loved the character interactions and the Bohemian circus preformers were awesome. I didn't like the boss of the Royal Four, Liverpool. What a dickhead! I hope somebody takes him down a few notches in the last b [...]

    19. This book received 3 stars simply because she attempted to put a woman into a very powerful positionBUTIn the middle of the book this powerful heroine turns into a simpering sex craved idiot, who doesn't care that she was completly and utterly betrayed by the hero. What does she do when she is confronted with his betrayal? She sleeps with him yet again. Give me a break.

    20. I loved Julia being the Fox. My only problem with the royal 4 is their very snobby. They have to b higher breed and until Julia a man. I think I prefer the liars. They come from all walks of life and are both men and women. I did love Marcus getting a handing do in start by a women. This book reveals more about Denny/Chimera then any of the other. Great HEA once Marcus got his head out his ass.

    21. This book! This book! Damn! I can't even describe it by words. It's just simply wonderful. It will make you cry laugh mad and everything else every twist and turn. I so love Julia's wittiness. Someday i'll read it again :)

    22. This was a nice distraction while laid up with the flu. I hadn't read a Bradley in a while and I enjoyed her clever heroine even if the fine details of the Liars and the Four were a bit fuzzy. Entertaining read.

    23. There are a few nice twist in this story.Some you know as a reader and some are a surprise.Like the heat and passion between Marcus and Julia

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