Collis Tremayne and Rose Lacey have been playing a game of cat-and-mouse since joining the training school for the Liar's Club, one of His Majesty's spy agencies. But when one of their sparring matches does the school damage, their superiors decide to give them a test mission to see if they're really spy material. Rose fails the test but puts them on the right track for a much more important, and more dangerous intrigue unfolding in London. Collis and Rose are a likable pair, and the fourth book in Bradley's popular Liar's Club series (The Pretender, 2003; The Imposter, 2003; and The Spy [BKL F 1 04])-- one that doesn't aim for historical accuracy (modern pop culture allusions creep in as humorous punch lines) but rather for amusing, romantic entertainment--proves to be full of adventure and sure to provide a pleasant few hours' diversion. (However, I don't like modern pop culture allusions in my historical romances!)
Liked it a lot. Both characters were good. He was a Liars Club in training, wealthy, titled. She was the first Liars club woman in training, from a serving girl. She was great, smart, brave.. Loved them both and they both were true to their characters.
Rose Lacey and Collis Tremayne are both spy trainees for the Liar's Club. Their repressed attraction for each other lead them to be extremely competitive until they get themselves into trouble in the process. As a result, they are sent on a mission to learn how to work together.
Love this series! This is book #4 in the Liar's Club series.
This is such a fun series...I really enjoyed the adding of a female spy into the mix!
must read this along with the "Royal Four" series
Book four in a five series set. Great read.
Cute book. Woman spy. Good romance. Easy reading.
No Englishwoman could resist the charms of Collis Tremayne, a notoriously rakish aristrocrat whose lust for adventure rivals his appetite for the ladies - until he meets Rose Lacey. Armed with wit and wiles, they face deadly intrigue and clever enemies.
Collis Tremayne could make any female swoon; yet no one would guess the hidden desperation that drove him to become the most skilled spy in service to the Crown. All that stands in his way is...Rose Lacey, the first female liar and a confounding chit who manages to outsmart him with cunning and courage. She is the only woman he cannot melt with his smile. With every breath, he wishes he had never laid eyes on her. And with every flash of her green eyes, he craves to possess her......