The Lure of the Moonflower

The Lure of the Moonflower

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Portugal, December 1807. Jack Reid, the British agent known as the Moonflower (formerly the French agent known as the Moonflower), has been stationed in Portugal and is awaiting his new contact. He does not expect to be paired with a woman--especially not the legendary Pink Carnation.
Publisher: New York : New American Library, [2015]
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9780451473028
Branch Call Number: Fiction Willig
Characteristics: 515 pages ; 20 cm


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Aug 25, 2015

The final installment in the Pink Carnation series ended up being my favorite of the bunch. As ever, I thought the modern plotline dragged down the book a bit, but it bothered me less than in previous installments, and the historical elements are so well done -- featuring a fun spy plot, as ever, and an exceptionally well-matched hero and heroine -- that my impatience with the occasional 21st century chapters was less severe than in previous installments. While my feelings about these books have tended to vary a bit depending on the book (Willig writes very distinctive heroines, with the result being that fans of one book might not necessarily be fans of the next one), I overall wholeheartedly recommend this series for fans of historical romance and espionage--Willig's characteristic clever dialogue and witty banter is among some of the best in the genre. (And how refreshing for the author of a long-running series to save her best for last.)

Chapel_Hill_AmandaG Aug 19, 2015

This was my favorite book of the Pink Carnation series. Jane has always been my favorite character in this series and I enjoyed seeing her achieve her happily ever after!


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