The Code Breakers Series
Publisher: Doe Bay Publishing LLC
Book Summary: Tis the Season of love and hope; spies and intrigue! Enter the emotional, suspenseful Regency world of USA Today bestselling author Jacki Delecki’s Code Breakers spy series. Undaunted by danger or scandal, these intrepid lords and ladies discover true love as they risk it all to save England from Napoleon’s treacherous designs. This boxed set contains the Christmas romances of the series: books 2, 7, and 8. A Christmas Code (book 2) 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 the seasoned spy didn’t count on—his childhood friend, Lady Gwyneth Beaumont, who has blossomed into an enticing, passionate hellion. Gwyneth has a secret mission of her own: prove she’s worthy of joining the Code Breakers, winning the heart of the hard-headed viscount she’s loved since they were children. 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 and treachery. A Holiday Code for Love (book 7) A Christmas house party becomes a covert operation to trap a French spy! Can the Honorable John Bonnington protect his wife from their guest’s murderous intentions? Can Abbie Bonnington protect her husband from his ex-mistress’ intentions to seduce him into revealing Crown secrets? Can Abbie and Jack continue the charade of hosting the perfect holiday party as danger, treachery, and treason swirl in the ballroom? A Code of Wonder (book 8) Miss Eliza Louise Lyon comes face-to-face with deception and danger when she is kidnapped in a case of mistaken identity. Using her skills as a horsewoman, she escapes the villains by stealing a prized horse. But she is unable to outrace the fierce snowstorm or the man in pursuit. Lord Nathaniel “Nash” Trentham, Earl of Wessex, chases Eliza through the snow as she makes off with his most-favored stallion. Nash must now save her, paying no mind to decorum and conventions. Will Eliza be forced to marry the Earl and give up her passion for horses? Or will they find a compromise?