Sally Young has agreed to be an American
spy for the rebels. She lives and works in the coffee house
that her brother-in-law owns. Jack Tyrell, a British Major,
has been placed in the coffee house while his troops are in
town. Jack is immediately taken with the young widow, Sally,
and lets her know it. Sally makes the decision to seduce Jack
when she is almost caught. However both Sally and Jack are
not expecting to fall for each other. When Jack discovers
that Sally is a spy, can he turn her in?
Seducing the Enemy looks at the struggle of the
Americans with the British, from the viewpoint of a woman who
lost her husband to the war. Sally has agreed to spy for the
rebels in hopes that she can learn something to end this war.
Jack is British through and through, but he can understand
some of what the Americans feel. Circumstances create strange
bedfellows and Sally and Jack are among them. Sally and Jack
as lovers are about as star-crossed as can be. I found
Seducing the Enemy to be a bittersweet romance, but
one that I feel that lovers of historical romances will enjoy.