THE SECRET SERVICE OF TEA AND TREASON
The marriage may be fake
but the danger is real ...
Rival spies who must pretend
to be married for a mission
discover that not even a houseful of pirates
is as dangerous as falling in love.
An Indie Bestseller
Amazon Editor's Pick
One of Buzzfeed’s Romance Books To Look Out For In 2023
Content Warnings: non-graphic violence, past childhood trauma, open door sex scenes
“Holton’s signature tongue-in-cheek style shines, pairing dry wit with ludicrous situations to excellent effect. Alice and Daniel’s banter is a particular highlight, and their tender connection helps to ground all the action. This may be Holton’s best yet.”
Publishers Weekly, starred review
"Mix Julia Quinn at her musical recital best with Tuesday Next, Stardust, and Get Smart ... Witty, deeply clever, and read-it-like-you-just-robbed-some-pirates fast."
Library Journal, starred review
"The Secret Service is a caper of the highest order. If you've read India Holton, prepare for more of everything you love: magic, mayhem, literary misquotes, and two misfits falling in love. If you haven't...hold on to your parachute hat."
Alix E. Harrow, author of The Ten Thousand Doors of January
“A comedic romance with maximum vibes”
“With moments of high comedy and incredible sweetness, a gazillion more uniquely Holton-esque shenanigans, and a wonderful neurodivergent heroine to boot, The Secret Service of Tea and Treason is joyous, marvellous fun.”
Sangu Mandanna, author of The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches