The Turncoat review ☆ 100

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The TurncoatTh but when the handsome British viscount commandeers her home Kate throws caution to the wind and responds to his seduction She is on the verge of surrender when a spy in her own household seizes the opportunity to steal the military dispatches Tremayne carries ensuring his disgrace—and implicating Kate in high treason Painfully awakened to the risks of war Kate determines to put duty ahead of desire and offers General Washington her services as an undercover agent in the City of Brotherly Love Months later having narrowly escaped cou.

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Rt martial and hanging Tremayne returns to decadent British occupied Philadelphia with no stomach for his current assignment—to capture the woman he believes betrayed him Nor does he relish the glittering entertainments being held for General Howe’s idle officers Worse the glamorous woman in the midst of this social whirl the fiancée of his own dissolute cousin is none other than Kate Grey herself And so begins their dangerous dance between passion and patriotism between certain death and the promise of a brave new future together..

The Turncoat review ☆ 100 A native of Bergenfield New Jersey Donna graduated from Yale with a degree in Classics and Art History For a number of years she managed architecture and interpretation at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem MA and wrote and directed the Witch City’s most popular Halloween theater festival Eerie Events She later earned an MFA in film production from the USC School of Cinematic Arts The direc.

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  • Jill

    The Turncoat review ☆ 100 The Turncoat35 starsIn 1777 General Howe has just landed at Head of Elk ready to march on Philadelphia and take the capital The plans and details for this attack are being dispatched from Howe to General Clinton in New York If these dispatches can be stolen and brought to Washington a blow will be dealt to the BritishKate Grey is not uite the dull uaker she appears Living on Grey Farm near Philadelphia her father was a convert and has raised his daughter to be educated free thinking and

  • Ahnika White

    The Turncoat review ☆ 100 The TurncoatI had high hopes for this novel I really enjoy historical fiction and the novel mentioned many historically accurate battles and figures but the author threw all this away by making the centered female character a hussy for a handsome british soldier and his eually attractive cousin slash half brother spoiler alert but not really because it's completely obvious from very early on but the author still tries to make it some jaw dropping revelation and it all ends up being super anti climactic and unnecessary because it does very little for the plot The author had this incredible way to show the American Revolution form a woman's perspective She had set up a great way to show it through a character that wa

  • Donna Thorland

    The Turncoat review ☆ 100 The Turncoatcool sexy –New York Times bestselling author Meg Cabotawesome –Corey May Assassin's Creed 3“A stay up all night swashbuckling breath holding adventure of a novelAn extraordinary book about an extraordinary heroine”—Lauren Willig National Bestselling Author of the Pink Carnation series“FabulousA world of spies suspense skullduggery and sex You won’t want to stop reading”— New York Times Bestselling Author William Martin“Very entertaining”—New York Times bestselling author Margaret George

  • Sandi *~The Pirate Wench~*

    The Turncoat review ☆ 100 The TurncoatSetting Colonial AmericaAfter witnessing the rape of her pregnant best friend by marauding British Soldiers Kate Grey abandons her pacifist uaker ways to become an operative reporting to The Merry Widow George Washington's most notorious spymaster Under the Widow's tutelage country mouse Kate becomes a femme fatale whose wholesome beauty and razor sharp intelligence ensnare two British officers the disgraced Peter Tremayne and his cousin the jealous and sadistic Bayard Caird When Kate's cover is blownshe must choose between two men and two countriesno longer certain where her politicalromantic and sexual loyalties lie The Turncoat for me was an exhilarating intelligent a

  • Rosina Lippi

    The Turncoat review ☆ 100 The TurncoatI have a tbr pile that I worry about First because if it falls over it will crush one of my dogs and second because I make so little progress There are novels I have been trying to read for months My lack of success has nothing to do with the novels themselves hiding in the stack may be the best novel I'll ever come across It's just life And I will not bore you with the details The way I came to read The Turncoat is it fell in my lap Somebody handed it to me and said read the first chapter And sat down to stare at me until I had done just that I think I am hesitant to pick up historical novels because I am usually disappointed I can be disappointed in a historical than in a contemporary because a historical novel makes bigger demands of the writer and many writers don't take that challenge seriously But D

  • Andrea (Catsos Person) is a Compulsive eBook Hoarder

    The Turncoat review ☆ 100 The TurncoatI pretty much agree with these reviews but my rating is 35 starsJill’s Review the Pirate Wench’s Review’s review Finished this book in early February I’ve been a real slacker lately in terms of reviews this book is one of 12 books still sitting in my “currently reading” pile If I had rated this shortly after reading I think I would have given t

  • Sarah

    The Turncoat review ☆ 100 The TurncoatHaving not read an American Revolution novel in awhile I picked this one up and was pleasantly surprised with how it kept my interest The book follows Kate Grey who was a uaker woman but would become a successful Rebel Spy Pinning herself among people on both sides of the war she finds herself caught in a dangerous web which included intrigue as well as romance While a spy she becomes attracted to Peter Tremayne a British officer and it's through their relationship that she fully begins to understand the dangers of warThis novel is fast paced and an easy read about the American Revolution For one it was nice to read a novel which didn't paint the British in such a horrible light but still managed to show the struggles felt on both sides However on the other sid

  • Jane

    The Turncoat review ☆ 100 The TurncoatThis review originally appeared on the Historical Novel Society's website Review copy provided by publisherThe Turncoat is a strong debut set mostly in British occupied Philadelphia during the Revolutionary years 1777 to 1780 Kate Grey the uaker daughter of a farmer turned revolutionary is drawn into the world of espionage by a glamorous Rebel spy known as the Widow but not before she has inadvertently given away her father’s secret to British officer Peter

  • Jennifer McQuiston

    The Turncoat review ☆ 100 The TurncoatI am going to start this review off by saying this isn't a Romance even though it is being reviewed on several Romance sites I am usually a reader of historical romance because straight historical fiction tends to bore me to tears Nothing about this book even approximates boring It held me riveted I mean take a long lunch break kind of riveted because I couldn't bear to put it down and return to my deskThorland masterfully crafts Kate Grey as a uaker woman turned Rebel spy who remains true to herself even as she changes into someone she doesn't recognize The Revolutionay War was heart wren

  • Marilyn

    The Turncoat review ☆ 100 The TurncoatI got about four five chapters read and gave up The history part is okay; it was the interaction among the characters and some of the scenes ie an American undercover spy woman galloping away from the bad guys while simultaneously turning around in her saddle to fire away at them with her pistol a pistol which in those days was only good for one or two shots C'mon Only in Hollywood would such a thing be tried and then only in the old days of film And then another main c