The Traitor

The Traitor

Book - 2014
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British-born Sebastian St. Clair, who was forced to join the French army in the Napoleonic Wars, returns home to England, where he falls in love with his aunt's companion--only to discover that someone is plotting against him.
Publisher: Naperville, Ill. : Sourcebooks Casablanca, c2014
ISBN: 9781402294990
Branch Call Number: ROM Burr (paper)
Characteristics: 376 p. ; 18 cm


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Dec 04, 2014

A complex hero trying to return to a normal civilian life after having dealt with truly devastating and difficult decisions as the acting commander of a military prison called the Chateau. A heroine with problems of her own.
This is the middle book of a trilogy. I read the last one first. Now planning on indulging in the pleasure of reading them all again, this time in order. Grace Burrowes has excelled in putting complex moral decisions at the heart of this trilogy of satisfying love stories: romance writing at its best.


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