Cora witnessed her parents murder when she was a little girl, and all that she really knew was that a Frenchman did it. So when the opportunity arose to let her go into the arms of the enemy she jumped on her chance. Guy was assigned to decipher missives from the enemy French, but when he is sent to France to rescue the Raven from a prison torture he finds someone who he did not expect. Now back from France Cora must heal from the torture she endured while locked in Valerie's dungeon all the while trying to evade him. Guy and Cora must learn to let go of all the hurt and hopefully come together.
This book was completely different than what I'm used to reading. It takes place in the time of Napoleon's first reign in England and in France. There was a lot of very gruesome descriptions since one of the characters was tortured near to death multiple times, and there was also some sexual descriptions since this is also a romance novel. The author did a wonderful job keeping the plot interesting and before I knew it I was on the last page. I enjoyed reading this book and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good action packed romance book.
I received a digital copy for review from NetGalley.