Danger Wears White by Lynne Connelly

This review is from: Danger Wears White (The Emperors of London series) (Kindle Edition)
Imogen finds a wounded man in the woods so she tries to help him! Then she finds out he’s a Jacobite! They could be arrested if he’s found at her house! Tony is not what he seems! He was headed for her house to look for some papers! When he wakes he thinks she’s a servant of the house! Meanwhile a lord William Dankworth shows up and it appears her mother is trying to throw her at him telling her that his father and hers were old friends but Imogen didn’t really remember because her mother and father never really had much to do with her nor were they affectionate. But when troops come to arrest Tony and its obvious that her mother and Lord Dankworth were responsible! But at the same time a kings officer and the local magistrate came at the same time and not only took Tony but they took Imogen too! Her mother and Lord Dankworth were furious but couldn’t override the kings orders even though they were against him they couldn’t let on that they were! Imogen was a maid for princess Amelia and handed a list by the king and told to pick one of these men to marry at the end of a months time! This book was full of espionage suspense murder plots lots of romance I loved it! I couldn’t put it down! This is the third of this series that I have read! The second one was just as good! I can’t wait to read the first!! I was gifted this book from netgalley in exchange for an honest review! I didn’t know about the series until I got the third one! That’s why I’m reading them in reverse order!! Lol!

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