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  • A Code Of Love
  • Jacki Delecki
  • English
  • 20 March 2018
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10 thoughts on “A Code Of Love

  1. says:

    Set in 1802 the peaceful time between England and France and just before the ascension of Napoleon Jacki Delecki has penned a wonderfully rich Georgian era historical romance with plenty of suspense and intrigue to please the most discerning of readers Lady Henrietta is a wonderfully intelligent character and even intriguing with he

  2. says:

    Published via review tour HERELady Henrietta Harcourt is the perfect older sister taking care of her siblings never complaining of her responsibilities and her mental skills as a linguist are as finely tuned as her always composed and steady appearanceexcept when it comes to the Earl of Rathbourne Cordelier Beaumont the Earl of Rathbourne can't seem to resist when it comes to Henrietta whether that's saving her from near drowning

  3. says:

    Cordelier Richard Beaumont Earl of Rathbourne is reluctantly the earl and he carries a deep guilt over his brother’s death He is intelligent self assured and protective of his family and works for the Home Office He has had a fascination with Henrietta for years He liked the idea that she was not impressed wit

  4. says:

    I've given this a B for narration and a C for content at AudioGalsA Code of Love is the first in Ms Delecki’s Code Breakers series s

  5. says:

    Cord has been working undercover in France for four years He left to try and get over the loss of his brother Before he left he was attracted to Henrietta but she wouldn't have anything to do with him Now he has

  6. says:

    Lady Henrietta “Hen” comes from a family of code breakers her family is all in service to the crown She’s intelligent the best code breaker in the family and has taken the responsibility of the care of her family after her parents passed away When her uncle slowly descends into senility she covertly takes over his work as a code breaker hides his condition from societyThe hero the Earl of Rathbourne 1st met Hen 4 y

  7. says:

    As a teen my reading preference was almost exclusively regency romance and Ms Delecki’s novel reminds me so much of why I loved the genre Henrietta is everything I love in a regency romance heroine – she is intelligent outspoken loves dee

  8. says:

    4 starsLady Henrietta Harcourt is not an ordinary historical romance heroine She’s an intelligent forward thinking independent and feisty lady who has taken a lot of responsibilities for the Harcourt family not limited to being England’s foremost intelligence code breaker She’s one of my favorite things about this book She’s clearheaded but also emotionally passionate I could not fault her of her initial misgivings about Lord Cord

  9. says:

    This was a cute read with interesting characters and suspense The intrigue was complicated and a bit hard to fo

  10. says:

    I must say I really did enjoy this book I started out unsure as it was not exactly something that I would have picked off

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A Code Of Love

's determined not to let the infamous rake back into her life But when Henrietta's brother is kidnapped on a clandestine mission in Paris she knows Cord is her best hope at saving him If only that old passion didn't burn so bright between them stillIn their fight to save her brother Cord and Henrietta must unravel a deadly web of international intr I ve given this a B for narration and a C for content at AudioGalsA Code of Love is the first in Ms Delecki s Code Breakers series set in the early years of the nineteenth century at a time of great political unrest in Europe The story begins in Paris just after the theft by an English agent of an important book of codes used by the French Michael Harcourt whose uncle is the principal code breaker for the British Intelligence service needs to dispose of the book urgently and dispatches it to his sister in EnglandThe story then shifts to London where Lady Henrietta Harcourt is becoming increasingly concerned about Michael s safety Since her mother s death some years before Henrietta has taken on the responsibility of looking out for her family her two brothers and her increasingly doddering uncle a man whose brilliant mind is gradually and very sadly failing him Henrietta has been helping Lord Harcourt with his government work for years but as her uncle s mind has become less focused she has taken on the full responsibility for breaking the codes contained within the messages which are sent and intercepted by British agentsYou can read the rest of this review at AudioGals

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Igue With deadly assassins tracking their every move Henrietta must trust Cord with than her carefully guarded secrets she must give him her heartEnjoy the passionate suspenseful Regency world of the Code Breakers where daring lords and ladies decode the path to happily ever amidst their dangerous heroic fight against Napoleon's treacherous designs 4 starsLady Henrietta Harcourt is not an ordinary historical romance heroine She s an intelligent forward thinking independent and feisty lady who has taken a lot of responsibilities for the Harcourt family not limited to being England s foremost intelligence code breaker She s one of my favorite things about this book She s clearheaded but also emotionally passionate I could not fault her of her initial misgivings about Lord Cord Rathbourne and I respect that she was a little reluctant to trust him given that it s her family s safety at stakeAs for Lord Cord Rathbourne I did not uite get a hold on his character in the beginning But when I learned of his past and the guilt that threatens to consume him still after the death of his older brother four years ago and as I got to hear and of his thoughts and the way he thinks and process things I was ready to stand by him as the hero of the story and I rooted for his happy endingI found myself looking forward to all the interactions between our two main characters They just give off a different good vibe whenever they re in the vicinity of each other and it was fun to watch how they try to battle their attraction to each other or how they sometimes ponder sometimes too much on the intention of the other or the reasons for each other s actions But the chemistry is clearly thereThere is much to admire about our two main characters and also the writing style of Jacki Delecki It s my first time reading her book and I didn t have any problems getting into the rhythm of her storytelling She writes her scenes in such honest terms with each particular one having the right blend as the scene would reuire and I appreciate that For instance the suspenseful scenes have the right pacing and setting the action scenes as well as the romantic scenes were also done wellAnd I love that Henrietta is such a bad a heroine She does not cow against men gentleman or otherwise She stands up for what she believes in And she has a very forward way of thinking with regard to the role and rights of women during her time Add to these a number of interesting side characters as well as surprisingly layered villains and you ve got the making of an engaging and well written book

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Undercover spy Lord Cordelier Rathbourne never expected that his most dangerous mission would be on England's home shores As the new Director of Intelligence he's reunited him with the one woman he never stopped loving the indomitable Lady Henrietta of the brilliant code breaking Harcourt family She remembers his libertine past all too well and she Published via review tour HERELady Henrietta Harcourt is the perfect older sister taking care of her siblings never complaining of her responsibilities and her mental skills as a linguist are as finely tuned as her always composed and steady appearanceexcept when it comes to the Earl of Rathbourne Cordelier Beaumont the Earl of Rathbourne can t seem to resist when it comes to Henrietta whether that s saving her from near drowning or valiantly futilely trying to restrain his desire for her Their past four years ago however ended on a sour note Henrietta being the exuberant and confident woman that she is rejected Cord s offer of a dance for his excess of rakish behaviors not that Cord could disagree with her Still he s been somewhat reformed now and is now head of a covert foreign intelligence office where Henrietta s brother and uncle works Henrietta herself possess no knowledge of his role still believing him to be the unchanged rake she met four years ago and Cord is keen on changing her impression of him Thrown together by fate drawn to each other like moths to light Henrietta and Cord battle against a common enemy with their wits while navigating the routes of their own affinity Henrietta is painted as a strong and independent caretaker a role she took over from her deceased mother and throughout the story her facade crumbles as her anxiety mounts over her brother Michael s well being as well as the emotional void resulting from her absence family members Through it all she does an admirable job maintaining her rationality and exhibiting her brilliant linguistic ability none of which goes unseen by CordAs the characters face trouble external and internal Cord effectively challenges Henrietta s perception of him by proving to be reliable dependable and caring enough to soothe her troubles His moments of awkwardness with Henrietta serves as amusing contrasts with his serious leader demeanor which also endeared him to me At the end of the day brains and romance triumphs in this engaging historical novel The blend of intrigue with forcing two highly independent and confident individuals to cooperate was entertaining as was the romance between Henrietta and Cord that could only be described as delicious As this is my first novel by the author I am looking forward to reading of her books especially of these intelligent code breakers in the series Review copy courtesy of the author for the blog tour in exchange for an honest review


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