‘All I Want for Christmas is Blue’ by Shana Galen

aiwfcib sgSTORY: The thrilling follow-up to Shana Galen’s popular Lord and Lady Spy novella The Spy Wore Blue!

This Christmas, retired spy Blue and his wife Helena have more to worry about than a holiday ball with his frosty parents. Months ago Blue promised Helena to put her first in his life and retire from spying.

But when operatives from his past suddenly reappear, Blue will have to choose between the love of his life and the mission that could prove too enticing to refuse.

REVIEW: Lord Ernest is the sixth son of the Duke and Duchess of Ely and the tenth of eleven children.  Now retired from his service for the crown, he spends most of his time at the opera in Covent Garden where his wife, Helena, is a singer.  She is vehemently opposed to him returning to this work.  When he worked for the crown, his code name was “Blue” as he has bright blue eyes.  He is constantly being asked to return to his work but he refuses.

His parents do not approve of his marriage to Helena, however, they relented and agreed to attend his parents’ elaborate Christmas Eve ball.  At the ball, his parents try to pair him with debutantes while his brothers dance with Helena.  As they are very serious about their dislike of his marriage to Helena and are willing to go to any lengths to break them up.  Will they be successful?  Will Ernest be content to follow Helena as she continues her work?  What about Blue’s love for the work he has done for the crown?  Where will all of this end up?

This novella is cleverly written to show just how much Blue and Helena mean to one another.

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Complimentary copy provided by the author

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