Wed To A Spy by Sharon Cullen

This is a dramatic, romantic story of intrigue, betrayal and love. Aimee is sent to Scotland to spy on Queen Mary for her aunt, Catherine de Medici. Simon is sent to spy for England's Queen Elizabeth, and to try to prevent the murder of Mary's most trusted advisor. Unfortunately for Aimee, and Simon, Mary isn't dumb. She knows that Aimee is spying, and suspects that Simon is too. Her solution is for them to marry so she can keep them under her thumb. Aimee had her heart set on marrying the man she left in France, but soon finds herself attracted to her new husband. Simon is charming and engaging, and vulnerable. Aimee is naive and brave, and alone. It's a captivating story that you can't put down once you start reading it.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Netgalley. This is my voluntary and honest opinion of it.


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