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A Woman's Innocence by Gayle Callen

By Gayle Callen

Within the ultimate instalment of Gayle Callen's fascinating Spies and fans trilogy, a mad–dash look for fact brings jointly an not likely pair – a girl accused of treason, and the guy who convicted her... Now that he eventually has the notorious traitor, Julia Reed, in penitentiary, you are going to imagine English agent Samuel Sherryngton will be happy to determine justice served. yet situations are usually not continuously what they look like, and the evidence are not including up. quickly Sam has doubts over her guilt which, after all, has not anything to do with the appeal for Julia he is been struggling with opposed to for thus decades. no longer keen to determine her completed for a criminal offense she would possibly not have devoted, Sam defies the legislation of britain and breaks Julia out of reformatory. What at first started as a seek to discover evidence convicting Julia fast becomes a quest to turn out her innocence. Can this daring and rushing pair detect the reality and nonetheless make time for love?

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But Sam’s hand slid up her thigh, over her skirt, and the tips of his fingers curled beneath her backside. She wanted to squirm away from him, but she remained still, playing her part be­ neath the lecherous, knowing stares of three strangers. “She don’t act very friendly,” said one of the drunken men as he stumbled closer to the horse. Sam chuckled. ” Suddenly he twisted and snaked an arm around her. She found herself hauled into his lap, her back and her knees supported by his arms. She caught the hood quickly, letting it re­ veal her profile, but not her hair.

With a wordless cry, she reached up to pull the hand away, and his body blocked her. ” The whisper froze her. ” She sagged back with relief and his hand slid away. Though he was a vague shadow, she could see him glance at the door. ” “Rescuing you. ” There was a hint of truth in his sarcastic words that offended her, but then he was pulling her to her feet. She fought to pull away, but he held her too tightly. ” He frowned down at her, and she lowered her A WOMAN’S INNOCENCE 25 voice. She shouldn’t still care about him, but she couldn’t help herself.

But she’d been a child then. Years and lives now separated them. He had hunted her down, imprisoned her, and believed the worst of her. He handed her a cloak, and she wrapped it around herself. After mounting the horse, he reached down for her hand. From the doorstep, she balanced on his boot in the stirrup, then swung her leg over the horse’s back, fitting her­ self between Sam and the rear of the saddle. Without her layers of petticoats for protection, she felt ridiculous with her legs spread wide, her hips pressed to his backside.

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