The Bachelor Betrayal is a fun, sexy, exciting ride of a historical spy romance. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed the backdrop of Victorian England. It is such a diverse, creative time. Marcus Black, the Earl of Westwood, and Lady Kaitlyn Montrose are spies going after the same assassin. Separately the two are dangerous; together, they are unstoppable. Marcus and Kaitlyn have a fierce, fiery attraction that leads to a passionate complication neither expected.
Kaitlyn was an exceptional character. Kaitlyn was a strong, capable, intimidating woman. Kaitlyn could hold her own physically and mentally with any man. I loved Kaitlyn’s independence and stubbornness. Marcus allows Kaitlyn to spread her wings. Marcus is protective, yet he will enable Kaitlyn to be herself.
The plot was elegantly intricate. The spies, action, intrigue, and passion are combined expertly. I was on the edge of my seat, guessing what would happen next. The connection between Marcus and Kaitlyn was remarkable as they faced each other as equals. The couple’s relationship is passionately romantic.
The Bachelor Betrayal is the second book in the Secrets, Scandals, and Spies series. This is an entertaining, stand-out novel in a promising, fascinating series. Full of espionage, fight scenes, and passionate encounters, this romance will keep you up reading late into the night!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book through Netgalley and the publisher. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Release Date: February 14, 2022