Agatha Blaine was minding her own
business as a shop girl in London during World War II, when
she was recruited to help find a missing undercover agent.
The sexy but dangerous Major Jack Bentley needs to show her
all the ways the enemy uses to extract information from
When Agatha is placed in the field
everything goes wrong. Can Jack get them out of harms way in
time or will Agatha be the hero of this romance?
Agatha Blaine: Undercover
Passion had itís moments, but for the most part I
found it totally unbelievable, to that end I had a hard time
enjoying it. Sending out a woman with virtually no military
background during wartime does not sound like good
judgment. The training they do give her is all sexual, and
if this was a war game it would have made sense. During the
course of the story the characters do not refer to each
other by their first names until almost the last chapter,
but love is formed? Lucinda Thorne does write very well,
but I did not buy the plot of this book.