Gemma Parks is known to the London elite as G. M. Parker, a columnist renowned for her commentary on the cream of society. Behind the scenes, she uses her talents to aid the Imposters in their investigations by gathering intel at events and providing alibis for the firm's members through her columns. Yet her clandestine work would be more exhilarating if it weren't for the constant presence of the gentleman who broke her heart.

Graham Wharton has never had eyes for anyone but Gemma, and she left his heart in tatters when she walked away from him. When the Imposters take on a new job to recover a kidnapped boy mistaken for his aristocratic cousin, Graham is determined to use the time with Gemma to not only restore the missing boy, but to also win back the only woman he's ever loved. As they trace the clues laid out before them, Graham and Gemma must devise a noble scheme to save the boy's life and heal their hearts.

These characters from book one were introduced and I knew something big had happened to them, but I never imagined the ‘actual’ event. Heartbreaking and compelling. It made me feel for them in a new way. Seeing God throughout this story as they went about solving a case was wonderfully done. So many good lessons and thought-provoking ideas in this story. While it had a different feel to it from the first book, and wasn’t based so much around the ‘circus’ part of their family, I liked it even more than the first one.

*I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.


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