The Rosewater Debutante

ADELE LEARNS JUST HOW RUTHLESS GERMAN AGENTS CAN BE.

In Edwardian England, Lady Adelaide Azalea Margaret de Morville, Mrs. Hugh Becket, continues her work for William Melville, spymaster, even though it has left her with no time to live the life she would prefer, which includes spending at least a little time with Daniel Bannister.

When she refuses to travel to Germany to watch over King Edward while he visits the German Emperor to discuss disarmament of their increasingly more competitive navies, Melville gives Adele an alternative, superficial task of watching over a young, sweet debutante, Lady Winnifred.

Adele perseveres with the useless, quite horrid task of trailing an innocent girl through the Season. It puts her in the path of German agents, who demonstrate just how dark and dangerous her new work really is…

THE ROSEWATER DEBUTANTE, the second Edwardian era espionage story in the Adelaide Becket series by historical romance author Tracy Cooper-Posey.

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