Books by Susanna Craig

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One Thing Leads to a Lover

This is the second book in Susanna Craig’s Love and Let Spy series about jaded spies finding unexpected love. The premise of the series is that the spies' boss, General Scott, is match-making behind the scenes with his assignments. Like the first book in this series, Who’s That Earl, One Thing L ...

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Who's That Earl

Who’s That Earl turned out to be a fun read that surprised me – in good and bad ways - along the way. The good - I really liked the hero and heroine and their witty banter and sexual tension. The bad - the intrigue is too easily solved and the villains too easily vanquished. But in the end I did ...

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The Duke's Suspicion

The Duke’s Suspicion is the second in Susanna Craig’s Rogues and Rebels series, and takes as its heroine, Erica Burke, the sister of Cami, from the first book, The Companion’s Secret. I haven’t read it, but didn’t feel the lack here; this works as a standalone and any bits of necessary bac ...

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To Seduce a Stranger

A kindly old duke married Charlotte Blakemore, but his death has left his son refusing to execute a will leaving Charlotte a significant independence. Charlotte runs away and finds herself in the company of Edward Cary, heir to the Earl of Beckley, who himself ran away two decades ago in the hopes o ...

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To Tempt an Heiress

I read the first book in Susanna Craig’s Runaway Desires series earlier this year and though I didn’t love it, I thought it showed promise.  My thoughts ran in a similar fashion while reading To Tempt an Heiress.  This book also has good ideas and likeable characters, but unfortunately, the wr ...

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To Kiss a Thief

Susanna Craig’s debut novel, To Kiss a Thief, is the first in a new series.  Her writing is strong and the story entertains - though it’s a tad too predictable, and relies on two of my least favorite romantic tropes - the Big Misunderstanding and the ‘good, but really bad’ relative - before ...