*I received a free copy of this book from Netgalley which I voluntarily chose to write an honest review for.
Book six in the Spymasters series. This book had me hooked form the first page as it centers around a female spy for once that has the support of her family instead of having to hide. She even has a reputation of being a really good one at that. The only problem is that once the two halves of the couple meet one another the book tuns into a spy thriller novel a whole lot more then it does a romance novel. Shoot it was after half the book before they even kissed and the flirting was minimal to say the least. That did not make it any less of a good book though as I totally got caught in the investigation wondering what in the world would happen next. The little details worked in really kept the story moving. The romance part did heat up towards the end in what seemed like an effort to redeem itself for the genre itself. Though odd for a historical romance book it is extremely well written and I enjoyed it a lot so it gets 4/5 stars.