Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. Collis Tremayne and Rose Lacey have been playing a game The Charmer: The Liar’s Club (Liars Club Book 4) – Kindle edition by Celeste Bradley. Romance Kindle eBooks Celeste Bradley has a sparkling voice that charmed me from the very first page.” Teresa Medeiros, New York. Collis Tremayne could make any female swoon; yet no one would guess the hidden desperation that drove him to become the most skilled spy in service to the. Buy a cheap copy of The Charmer book by Celeste Bradley. Collis Tremayne could make any female swoon; yet no one would guess the hidden desperation.
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The Charmer (Liar’s Club, book 4) by Celeste Bradley
Martin’s PressOct 5, – Celeete – pages. The rivalry that’s brought them so far, is now the only thing keeping them from achieving the goal. Apr 15, Brianna rated it liked it Shelves: The only downside to becoming a spy is Collis Treymane, who really gets under Rose Lacey’s skin.
Charmsr they uncover the true, nefarious plot against the English soldiers, the Prime Minister, and the Prince Regent himself, can they manage to work together without going for each other’s throats? True, he did grab her from behind. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
And they profoundly dislike each other to boot. The two just can’t seem to be able to work together.
She didn’t move a muscle as he reached behind her tue hang up the knife. I thought it would be interesting He says, and I quote, “Disgusting.
Besides, she was every bit as practiced in the art of concealing her emotions. I did not get disappointed. Armed with wit and wiles, they must face deadly intrigue, clever enemies, and-if they can manage not celeset murder one another-the intoxicating lure of unbidden passion A spellbinding murder investigation amidst crises of faith Collis was a cutie, too.
Collis Tremayne kept the world at bay with his charm and kept his secrets safe behind his facade of roguish flirtation. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Loved Collis and Rose they had the best “on page” sparkage of any of the main characters thus far in the series so the final installment will have to really keep up the pace story and action wise. Collis saw that blasted eyebrow rise all right.
May 17, Ruth rated it really liked it Shelves: But then he leaned closer, until his breath tickled her ear and she could feel the heat of him on her skin.
For a moment, she thought he might actually laugh.
Too bad we don’t have more heroines trained in this fine art. Bradley does decent characters. On to the story.
However it was still entertaining and I finished it relatively fast. A butt-kickin’ ex-housemaid spy heroine and a disfigured, but gorgeous hero suffering from brittle self-confidence all wrapped up in Regency espionage. I liked the idea that Rose was a spy. She charmerr Collis hated that, which was why she’d practiced it before her mirror until she’d perfected it. She used to work for the old Lord Wadsworth, and the guy was a traitor. I like Collis and Rose, but the whole Liar’s Club thing is actually quite silly.
De l’aventure, de la passion. His charker self keeps the plot going, when it tethers precariously on the edge of the precipice to pace-Hell. He’s the comedic character, driving instrument, and sage older adviser combined into one.