Synopses & Reviews
A Deadly Game of Deception
Notorious and beautiful, Vidia Swanson works as an "angel," trying to coax incriminating secrets from powerful men who may or may not be traitors of the Crown. Her latest target is suspected of stealing gold from Wellington's troops, but matters take an alarming turn when Vidia realizes that her spymaster thinks she is the one who is tainted--a double agent working for Napoleon.
Backed into a corner, she can only hope to stay one step ahead of the hangman in a race to stop the next war before it destroys her--and destroys England. Tainted Angel offers up a compelling game of cat and mouse in which no one can be trusted and anyone can be tainted.
"Espionage and passion--Regency style--burning up the pages from chapter one."--New York Times bestselling author Raine Miller
"A world of spies and traitors where no one is quite what they seem and the truth is only true for a moment...a thrilling take that will keep you guessing until the very last page."--Victoria Thompson, author of Murder in Chelsea