Simon Quinn is no stranger to the dangerous intrigues conducted on moon-less London nights. And he is sick of it. He has nothing. No title, no property and no family. He has made a fortune on his talent as a lover and his work as an agent for the Crown but he tired of always looking over his shoulder for an enemey in the shadows. He wants to be left in peace. One last assignment will net him all that he wants - he just has to sacrifice all he holds dear to bring a traitor to justice.
His final assignment is to follow Lysette Rousseau, a lethally alluring beauty working for France and find out what she is up to. The Lysette he encounters is not the same young woman he met before. It is almost as if they she has a twin sister. In her current guise as a maiden of good birth, the audacious young femme fatale is a siren drawing Simon into peril.
Sylvia Day continues her Georgian series with Donít Tempt Me. With each new addition to this connected series the plots just get better and better. The characters are strong, vivid, and realistic while the setting will appeal to all. Sylvia takes a familiar plot and gives it her own stylish touch.