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"Beware the Angel of Death... She holds the key."
Cryptic words scrawled in a dying man's missive to his son are the only clues to murder, treason and romance in Regency England.
What others are saying about Notorious Angel online and off...
Timeless-Tales.net Reviewer Chere Gruver says:
MyShelf.com Reviewer Rachel A. Hyde says:
"Here is a Regency with more than just romance although there is plenty of that in this exciting book as well. Sinister spies, wartime intrigue and secret treasures as well as a race to unmask the villainous Triad leaders make this a book to dive into and not come up for air until it is finished! This is the ideal book for anybody who enjoys a romance but wants more from their book than just love. It is not a short book - twice as long as many Regencies - but Kokoski manages to fill the pages and the pace doesn't flag which is quite an achievement in itself. I would say that this is probably the best Regency I've read yet this year so I hope Ms Kokoski has more in the pipeline."
Simegen Reviewer Marge Robbins says:
RT Book Club (formerly Romantic Times) Reviewer Susan Mobley says:
"Trying to carry out a request from a dead friend
places Lady Seraphina Montgomerie in a dangerous situation. When the blackguard
Earl of Blackstone rescues her, it sets in motion events that bring them
together and into a life-threatening predicament. Once Blackstone accepts Sera
as an innocent, things get even more complicated. Will be be able to protect
her from the dangerous quarry he hunts – that is also hunting them?
Word on Romance Reviewer Bonnie Blod says:
"Jennifer Kokoski writes an excellent story mixed with all the necessary ingredients for a great romance novel. Mystery, intrigue, hysterically funny scenes that will keep you chuckling well into the next chapters, and lots of hot steamy romance scenes!"
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2002 by Jennifer Kokoski