A Christmas Code
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A Christmas Code by Jacki Delecki

07/11/2021

All that stands between Viscount James Ashworth and a much-anticipated quiet retirement is one simple assignment: protect the Prince Regent at a holiday house party.

But there's one thing this seasoned spy didn't count on--his childhood friend, Lady Gwyneth Beaumont, who has blossomed into an enticing, passionate hellion.

Gwyneth herself has a secret mission of her own: prove she's worthy of joining the Code Breakers and win the heart of the hard-headed viscount she's loved since they were children. Yet when her spying uncovers a secret so shocking the enemy would kill for it, she's thrown head-first into a dangerous world of intrigue, deceit, and treachery.

With Ash by her side, Gwyneth is unstoppable. Soon the notorious rake realizes that the woman he'd always considered off-limits is his perfect match, this Christmas and forever after--if only they can survive long enough for that mistletoe kiss.

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