WHAT IF: A British war hero is captured by the French during the Napoleonic Wars, and upon escaping finds his beautiful capture waltzing through the ballrooms of London's Haute Ton? Originally titled The Lady Lies by Berkley Sensation, Napoleon's Woman is set during the turbulent days of the Napoleonic Wars, this Romantic Times Award Winning Novel explores the price of war, the dangerous of passion and the transcendent power of love. Lady Celeste Rivenhall leads a double life. She is a British agent posing as a spy for the French. She has become numb to the constant danger surrounding her-accepting that at any moment the Emperor will discover her lies and make her suffer for them. But when the legendary Lord Aidan Duhearst, Earl of Wessex is delivered into her hands as a prisoner of war, Celeste kws that she will risk anything to save the courageous British officer-anything but the truth... Caught in the web of lies she's skillfully woven on behalf of the crown. Celeste is forced to return to England-to trap a true traitor. But her prey is where near as dangerous as the handsome earl who is tracking her, yet cant seem to resist her. Her betrayal of England ignites his fury. Her seductive beauty turns his own body against him. But it is her deepest secret that will bring him to his knees... Sexy, exciting and intensely emotional, Saxon's debut will have readers at the edge of their seats, eagerly awaiting to see what Celeste and Aiden will get into next. Romantic Times Review by Kathe Robin
Born and raised in Texas, Samantha Saxon moved to Europe after her parents divorced where she lived in many places including London, Paris, and Spain where things like IRA bombings, the art of the Louvre and perfectly charming English mobsters became her new normal. Later, Samantha attended the University of Texas as a Middle Eastern Studies major with the goal of working in a US embassy. But with increasing problems in the middle east, and having just met her future husband...the prospect of moving abroad became less appealing. So, she decided to try her hand at another passion, writing. Her debut novel, originally titled The Lady Lies won Romantic Times followed by the equally regarded books, The Lady Killer and The Lady's Code. These books are being offered for the first time as e-books under their new titles; Napoleon's Woman, England's Assassin and King's Code. Today, Samantha lives in the wilds of the Pacific Northwest with her husband, two beautiful children and one crazy English Bulldog where she spends her days writing, drinking coffee, and desperately trying to stay warm.