Closer To Sin

by Elizabeth Squire

On Sale: 15/04/2016

Format:

eBook

About the Book

Elizabeth Squire brings a fresh voice to historical romance in this tale of intrigue and passion.

Liliane Desailly travels to Napoleonic France after receiving a plea for help from her French cousin. She learns she is the key to fulfilling her grandfather's legacy, but to do so she must masquerade as a spy and courier secrets on behalf of the British Admiralty.

Sinclair Charlcroft is the British Admiralty's last hope. Napoleon's Grande Armée is poised to invade Britain, an English spy is missing and a traitor has infiltrated the Admiralty's intelligence network.

Pursued by Napoleon's agents, Liliane and Sinclair cannot reveal their true identities until they unlock the secrets of the legacy – and only then can they unlock the secrets in their hearts.

Product Details

  • ISBN: 9781760370367
  • ISBN 10: 1760370363
  • Imprint: Escape Publishing
  • On Sale: 15/04/2016
  • Pages: 200
  • List Price: 4.99 AUD

Biography

Elizabeth's love of writing romance couldn't be further from the life she had carved out for herself. Raised in outback and rural Australia, Elizabeth was determined to live a life vibrant with passion, travel, adventure and discovery. And so she invested a lot of years doing just that; she counts serving as a commissioned officer in the Royal Australian Navy, travelling by safari truck through Africa and back-packing through Eastern Europe with her young family as just a few of her achievements. But in the ensuing years, the urge to write intensified as story lines and dialogue continued to materialise from the recesses of her mind. She finally accepted that the voices in her head were really characters enmeshed in the tumultuous Georgian and Regency periods, vying for life on paper. After a nomadic lifestyle, Elizabeth has now settled into her own home and lives surrounded by the nation's treasures, her own hero and one true love, two beautiful daughters and two delinquent miniature long-hair dachshunds.


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