Friday, March 23, 2012

Much Ado About Rogues by Kasey Michaels

The last Blackthorn brother Don John  "Black Jack" story finshes off this series of books.
I liked it but their are some really selfish parents in this one. I have only read 2 stories about the Blackthorn brothers and both were good.
Time period is set in England after a war with France.
Black Jack gets orders to find his old teacher Sinjon the Marquis de Fontaine in the spy business that has gone missing and to find out what he has been up too and take him out.
Lady Tess Fonteneau father Sinjon has gone missing. She knows that one of the servants is sent to spy on them, because for years her father had helped the English solve problems.  He knew a lot of secrets and had even been sent to kill problems for his adopted country.  Tess must find him and at the same time show that she does not know what has happened.
When Black Jack shows up in her house looking for her father she is surprised to seeing that they sent him to find her father.  Tess has not seen him since she told him to leave her after blaming him for the death of her twin brother.
Black Jack shows her a secret room in her own house where her father kept his weapons, costumes to see what was taken and find clue about Sinjon that he had left for him to find. Black Jack knew that Sinjon planned on him being sent.
After a night spent with Tess again Black Jack found out the secret she has been hiding from him for 3 years. Black Jack shows her more about what her father as really up to for years.c
Black Jack and his team are searching for Sinjon in London. Tess  and son goes with Black Jack to confront her father and save his life.
Sinjon is always making plans and then other plans he seems to want Black Jack to help him kill the Gypsey who killed his son. But has all these clues for  Black Jack and for  getting the gypsey out in the open.
The story has a bunch of twists in it. Kept me reading to early in the morning. I will read more of Kasey's books in the future.
I was given this ebook to read in exchange for honest review from Netgalley.
03/27/2012 Pub Harlequin HQN

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