Lady Mariah Dumore is having a belated
Season, after having toured the world with her diplomat
father. Unfortunately, she is finding the men a little
boring. Only one mad has interested her, and she never even
saw his face. But when he appears at her bedroom window,
instead of being afraid, she is intrigued. All she knows
about him is his name and how he makes her feel.
Harry is a spy, used to sliding in and
out of character. He knows his attraction to Mariah is
beyond unacceptable, but he canít stop himself from seeing
her. If she knew who he was, not only would his job in
jeopardy, but so would even the brief visits he has with
her. He is so far below her on the social scale he knows
she would never be his. But that doesnít stop either of
them from wanting more.
A View to a Kiss was a very fun book, with
twists and turns in both the romance and the intrigue. The
pacing was a little random, but it didnít stop the book from
being a quick read. I had a hard time reconciling the spy
and the lover in Harry, but it was entertaining to watch as
he comes into his own and Mariah deals with her own
struggles to accept him as he is. Definitely an unusual
book that keeps the interest after the last page is done.