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9780425269527_medium_The_Smuggler_Wore_Silk1If you’re local, do pick up The Smuggler Wore Silk at these independent bookstores!

Lansing/Grand Rapids: Schuler’s Books

Kalamazoo: Kazoo Books


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4.5 Stars and TOP PICK!! “Alexander makes her debut with a thrilling, wild ride of a spy thriller that sizzles with passion. Readers will follow her three-dimensional characters through a maze of plot twists and turns. Like an intricate puzzle, Alexander has all the pieces of the ideal romance and arranges them in the perfect picture. She is a rising star you won’t want to miss.” ~ RT Magazine

“A lushly told romance that takes you back to the fascinating Regency world of small village drama and international politics–all converging on the white-hot attraction between a sexy spy and a daredevil smuggler destined to trump Fate!” ~ Kieran Kramer, author of THE HOUSE OF BRADY series

“…THE SMUGGLER WORE SILK is romantic suspense at it’s very best. Alyssa Alexander weaves a tantalizing tale of moral dilemma, political intrigue, and enough heart-thumping romance to keep you turning the pages to the very satisfying end!” ~ Tracy Brogan, author of HIGHLAND SURRENDER


“I read “The Smuggler Wore Silk” by Alyssa Alexander in one day.  I kept turning pages and saying to myself, “I’ll just read to the end of this chapter”.  However I just kept on reading because this book was one you can’t put down because you just have to see what happens next.” ~ Night Owl Reviews









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