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For Your Arms Only He was once a distinguished army officer a man of honor and heroism But that was before Alexander Hayes was wrongly accused of treason Forced to abandon everything he held dear Alec became a spy for

  • Title: For Your Arms Only
  • Author: Caroline Linden
  • ISBN: 9780061706479
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Paperback
  • He was once a distinguished army officer, a man of honor and heroism But that was before Alexander Hayes was wrongly accused of treason Forced to abandon everything he held dear, Alec became a spy for England in an attempt to clear his name His latest commission sounded simple Locate a retired soldier gone missing But it also sent him home, to a family who d thought hHe was once a distinguished army officer, a man of honor and heroism But that was before Alexander Hayes was wrongly accused of treason Forced to abandon everything he held dear, Alec became a spy for England in an attempt to clear his name His latest commission sounded simple Locate a retired soldier gone missing But it also sent him home, to a family who d thought him dead for five years and a woman who d like to shoot him.Everything Cressida Turner had ever heard about Alec told her that he was a traitor of the worst kind, yet this enigmatic, infuriating, and utterly captivating man may be the only person she can trust and the only one who can find her missing father With nowhere else to turn, she reluctantly joins forces with Alec, unprepared for both the dangerous secrets that threaten them and the relentless passion that drives them into each other s arms The Bow Street Agents Spies in Love series is an historical romance trilogy set in the Regency era The individual book titles allude to similar titles in the popular, modern day James Bond spy novels and films.

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    1. Malin on said:

      Alexander Hayes fought bravely during the Napoleonic war and achieved the rank of Major. During the battle of Waterloo, he was gravely injured and nearly died. When he, some weeks later, managed to get back to rejoin his fellow soldiers, he discovered that not only had one of his childhood friends died during the battle, but that he was being accused of treason. In absolute disgrace, he lets his family continue to believe that he died, and goes to work as a spy for England, in the hopes of event [...]

    2. Kat at Book Thingo on said:

      I enjoyed this book probably more than my rating would suggest. But the romance was underdone and overshadowed by the plot. I wanted the the hero and heroine to circle each other more and revel in the uncertainty and put much more at stake.

    3. CLM on said:

      This book was recommended and I found it pleasant enough except for the irksome issue of the British class system, which the author appears not to understand: the heroine's father had been a Sergeant in the English army and the hero had been an officer. There was no explanation for her gentility (for want of a better word). It could have easily been part of the plot - a mother who had married beneath her, an unexpected time at boarding school when her father was in funds, etc. Given her father's [...]

    4. willaful on said:

      What’s the female equivalent of the angry boner man -- nervous nipple woman? Whatever you call it, it's one of my least favorite tropes. Add in a Regency spy hero (albeit a more historically accurate depiction than usual) and a missing-persons mystery and you have a recipe to bore me senseless.

    5. KateK. F. on said:

      My favorite type of romance with heroine and hero who see each other as equals, a mystery and the complications in the aftermath of war. A fascinating story with spies and truth. I love how Linden's characters aren't the prettiest but feel real and talk to each other.

    6. Lover of Romance on said:

      Alec has spent the past five years as a spy when he was accused of treason, and found that serving his country once again may be his last hope in finding the evidence to exonerate him. He is therefore sent back to his home and family, to investigate the disappearance of a soldier that has retired for quite some time now. He then comes across a fierce woman who comes close to shooting him on sight. To say he is intrigued is a understatement. He then learns that she is the daughter of the man he i [...]

    7. Greselley on said:

      First 60% of the book : 3 starsRemaining 40% : 4 starsSo as a whole, I settled for 3.5 stars. I swear the first 60% was too slow-paced, in terms of the romance between the hero and heroine. I was beginning to question if that was all the author can give. It feels like those pages were wasted in not so important things. And at the 40%, it seems like fast forward. I didn't even realize that was coming. 'That' being the intimacy part. It almost looked forced. But well, it ended nicely. The treason [...]

    8. Lynda on said:

      Another good story in the series. This time we have Brandons story only we find out that Brandons real name is Alec Brandon Hayes. He is sent back home for two reasons one his older brother has died and he is the heir and two to investigate the disappearance of a Sargent Tucker. He was accused of being a traitor to England so he has let his family believe he was killed at Waterloo. During his investigation into Sargent Turners disappearance he meets Cressida his daughter and things progress from [...]

    9. Aspoon on said:

      I felt absolutely no connection to these two characters. I didn't even feel an emotional connection from Alec with him going through as much as he did in the military and he isn't a good spy. I found love scenes lacking big time. I'm sad to say this about Caroline Linden writing because she wrote the book "Blame It On Bath" which is my favorite historical romance book. But I'm glad this was her earlier writingI would still read more of her work.

    10. Elaine on said:

      I liked this story about Cressida and Alex, the second in the Bow St. Spies series. I very much preferred the first book in the series, A View to A Kiss, which was a far better story. Imo, there was nothing that grabbed me. This was an average story that didn't "float my boat".I have loved all Caroline Linden books, but only liked this one.

    11. penelopewanders on said:

      Again confused as to whether this is in a series or not. On fantastic fiction this is listed as a standalone, but here it appears to be part of a series. Ah well, it was not disturbing - sometimes you get the feeling there's a lot of background information you should have, but I didn't get that feeling here. The story is entertaining and not so run of the mill.

    12. Karla on said:

      I this author is an autobuy for me and I enjoyed this one, just not up to some of her other books. On the one hand the plot is a little slow but the benefit to that is that hero and heroine really get to know each other and their falling in love is believable.

    13. Chynared21 on said:

      Judging from the cover, you'd think that this book was strictly historical romance but it's that and mored some mystery and spy business to the mix and it makes for a good and easy read. Looking forward to future releases.

    14. Nancy Luebke on said:

      This was a fast paced read and I loved it.The characters were great and it felt real as far as family reacting to each other. I loved all the ins and outs. It was hard to put down even while visiting my grandbabies.

    15. Virginia on said:

      A quick and enjoyable read. I appreciated how Linden does not resort to mysteries that always end well - and indeed, I liked how the characters were not all good. Of course, since it was about spies, I liked it all the more. :) Definitely fun and I look forward to reading her other book.

    16. Bree on said:

      I enjoyed the characters and the "mystery," so I'm not sure why I left this book feeling unsatisfied?

    17. Michelle on said:

      another spy rom, but not as good. Only last 1/s gets better, weird char decisions

    18. Jenny on said:

      Not good. Took too long to get going. I had to force myself to finish it.

    19. Lizzie on said:

      Loved the dialogue between the two main characters. It was believable and witty. Enjoyed this book!

    20. Bebe Four on said:

      Series rating: 3+I enjoyed the first book much more than the other two. The spying element was a very large part of the stories.

    21. Foggygirl on said:

      A good read but the ending was somewhat generic and not that interesting.

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