A traditional regency, as opposed to a regency historical. No sex beyond references. Spy plot. Has a secondary romance between an older couple. Not a great literary stylist here, but it's readable enough and an OK timepasser.
An Inquisitive Lady
Cassie Wyndmoores brains have always been her distinguishing characteristic. Of course, most gentlemen prefer a pretty wife over a clever onewhich is fine with Cassie, who prefers reading to flirting. That is, until a trip to Bath puts her carriage out of service, and Cassie in the path of a helpful stranger who doesnt recall that theyve met before. Cassie has been smitten with Derek Leighton ever since he courted one of her beautiful sisters.
Yet now that hes paying attention to her instead, Cassie cant help wondering about his motivesespecially when he seems unduly interested in some strange documents she discovered on a park bench
An Enigmatic Earl
It is a rare thing to encounter a lady whose intelligence places her above and beyond the fairest of the ton. And for the Earl of Richmond, more surprising
still that a woman he found unremarkable upon their first meeting has now engaged his interest so completely. True, Cassie is possessed of important papers
that Derek must obtain in order to defeat a French spybut in attempting to seduce her into turning them over, Derek soon realizes he has given away his
heart. Now, his mission is twofold: Prove his loyalty to the Crownand his love to Cassie