Six Impossible Things

Six Impossible Things

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When Lord Rimswell is caught kissing Roselie Stratton, he is determined to do the honorable thing and marry her, unaware that she is a secret agent for the Home Office and unwilling to let him compromise her work.


In the sixth novel of the enchanting Rhymes With Love series from New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Boyle, a nobleman falls in love with a beautiful spy he must protect…


Lord Rimswell is a man of honor and absolutes. If he says something is impossible, it is. Yet his life of right and wrong is turned upside down when he finds himself in a compromising situation with the most unyielding, yet maddeningly beautiful, woman in London. If only he had not given in to the irresistible temptation to kiss her. Now he must marry her.


Miss Roselie Stratton is the very definition of impossible—headstrong, outspoken, and carrying a reticule of secrets that could ruin more than her reputation. Kissing Brody is hardly the most ruinous thing Roselie has ever done as a secret agent for the Home Office…nor will she let a marriage of convenience stop her from continuing her work. Little does Roselie realize that she has underestimated Brody's resolve to keep her safe—for he has hopelessly fallen in love with her and is determined to do the impossible by stealing her heart in return.


An Avon Romance


Publisher: New York : Avon Books, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 2017
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780062283986
Branch Call Number: R FICTION BOYLE 2017
Characteristics: 377 pages ; 18 cm
Alternative Title: 6 impossible things


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Jul 30, 2017

​Spies! Childhood-friends-to-lovers! There's so much good stuff going on in this book. The #1 guarantee that I will enjoy a romance novel (aside from it being funny, which this one is) is a sense that the hero and heroine are on completely equal footing and are a perfectly matched pair. This can sometimes be tricky, particularly in historicals where, by nature of the times, the hero has a lot more freedom and experience than the heroine. And yet Boyle manages it perfectly here -- Roselie and Brody are constantly attempting to outwit one another, and it's refreshing to read a Regency romance in which both hero and heroine, despite being aristocrats, have a (clandestine) career, of sorts. This was utterly charming and fun.​


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