A good read feautirng stolen art in WWII Paris, switching between 1940 and 2015. It's a good read, but the transitions between time periods are sometimes jarring. 4/5 stars for me
This story started out very slowly for me but it soon picked up and I couldn‘t put it down. Lady Rebecca and Sir Frederick complemented each other so well. I enjoyed the camaraderie between all the characters, and even the suspense of searching for the murderer. All the twists and turns made for a great page-turning ride through regency England.
I received this book from the author for my honest review.
@catiewithac Catie, thank you so much for my #LittleChristmasSwap of goodies! I can‘t wait to read the book. Cuba is one of my favorite places to read about. All the treats look yummy and I love all the little extras you included especially the dragonfly ornament. It‘s beautiful.
Thank you, Amy, for hosting. It is a nice little boost in a gray January. @bookish_wookish
Mysteries abound at a dissolved nunnery turned hotel in Julie Klassen's newest novel from Bethany House... 5 stars
Review is up on my blog! I loved this one!