Also in the A Spy In The Ton series

She was the only code he couldn’t break…

Vivienne La Fleur is one of London’s most sought after opera dancers and one of England’s best weapons: the spy known as the Flower. When a French agent pressures her to change allegiance by abducting her sister, Vivienne is forced to seek the help of the only man in London who doesn’t want her.

Maximilian Westwood, retired code breaker, doesn’t like surprises or mysteries and the Flower is both. When she sneaks into his study in the middle of the night with a coded message, he’s ready to push her out whatever window she arrived through. Except Maximilian is unable to turn away a woman in trouble. Determined to rescue Vivienne’s sister, they engage in a game of cat and mouse with French spies that requires all of Vivienne’s training and Maximilian’s abilities. Bound together by secrecy, they discover there is more between them than politics and hidden codes, but love has no place among the secrets of espionage…

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Lush and sensual and beautifully written, A Dance with Seduction is a perfect historical romance. The strong, loveable spy and gruffly delectable code breaker contend with a tangle of intrigue and delightfully insistent desire that kept me turning pages late into the night. Lavish with both seductive heat and wonderfully honest emotion, this is Alexander’s best novel yet.” – Katharine Ashe, USA Today bestselling author of The Duke

I loved the way the story evolved. I enjoyed the banter even though Max was a grumpy sort it was endearing, and their attraction was always simmering while their work brought them closer to unraveling the hidden code.” – Maria D., review

I absolutely loved this book! Ms. Alexander has a flair with words that convey such deep emotions without going on and on.” – Debra L. Martin, author of Assassin’s Curse

“I was quickly drawn into the story with the first paragraph. The descriptions were wonderful, vivid and you feel as though you could step into the scene.” – Candy B., review

The characters are very well portrayed, Vivienne & Maximilian are very likable, their attraction grows throughout the story & the way he protects her is lovely even though she’s more than capable of looking after herself. There are twists & turns & I was surprised…” – Janet B., review

“I thought this was a fantastic book.” – Leigh C., review

“Watching these two characters grow, learn to love one another was sweet. Their love was not instantaneous yet their attraction was, which led to some deliciously tense moments throughout the novel. Hands down, this is worth every bit of five stars and more!” – Brooke B., NetGalley review