Angel Rogue

Angel Rogue - Mary Jo Putney Angel Rogue (Fallen Angels #4)by Mary Jo Putney

A master spy with the face of a fallen angel and a darkly heroic past, Lord Robert Andreville, returns to his ancestral home in Yorkshire after a dozen harrowing years spying against Napoleon. But nothing soothes his ravaged spirit until a determined young beauty sweeps into his life.
Half Mohawk and all-American, Maxima Collins is a wary stranger in a strange land, but she will let nothing halt her journey to London to learn the truth about her father's sudden death--not even a self-appointed guardian who is all lazy charm and dangerous skill.
Together they travel across England, evading pursuers and circling each other in a dance of desire, where truth is elusive and only passion is sure. Then dark secrets shatter their idyll and only love has the power to heal the past.

My Review:
Full course (historical) romantic mystery adventure ahead. Mary Jo Putney is one of those slow down and enjoy it novelists who write stories with h/h's that totally slip under that protective layer in your heart plants a seed and takes root through the duration of the story until you're full bloom smitten over them. The whole looking past the outside of a person to one underneath what they reveal to everyone on the outside is a good play for Angel Rogue. You can't judge a book by its cover or the color of their skin, or even the experiences their lives have put them through. There is a person on the inside that thinks and feels just like everyone else. Greed is also a downer for the family betrayals. Too many times people that are connected to your life through blood or not aren't supposed to be so villainous but just like the real world they do exist. I really loved Angel Rogue, it was a great book that touched me on a personal level.

My Rating:
4 Stars

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