Thursday, February 20, 2014

"Sadie's Secret" by Kathleen Y'Barbo

From bestselling author Kathleen Y'Barbo comes Sadie's Secret, the third book in The Secret Lives of Will Tucker series. These historical novels capture the romance of the South mingled with adventure and laced with secret identities and hidden agendas.

About this book:

Louisiana, 1890--Sarah Louise "Sadie" Callum is a master of disguise, mostly due to her training as a Pinkerton agent but also from evading overprotective brothers as she grew up. When she takes on a new assignment with international connections, she has no idea her new cover will lead her on the adventure of a lifetime.

Undercover agent William Jefferson Tucker is not looking for marriage--pretend or otherwise--but his past is a secret, his twin brother has stolen his present, and his future is in the hands of the lovely Sadie Callum. Without her connections to the world of upper-crust New Orleans, Jefferson might never find a way to clear his name and solve the art forgery case that has eluded him for years.

Only God can help these two secret agents find a way to solve their case and uncover the truth about what is going on in their hearts.

 Series: ‘The Secret Lives of Will Tucker’ book #3

Spiritual Content- Genesis 4:9 in the front, John 15:13 is written; Talks about God.

Negative Content- A couple (not detailed) gun wounds.

Sexual Content- Many (also not detailed) kisses.

-Sadie Callum
-Jefferson Tucker
                                                       P.O.V. switches between them
                                                                 Set in 1890
                                                                       340 pages

I have not read book one or two in the “The Secret Lives of Will Tucker” series, so I was reading it slowly trying to remember who’s who. This was the first book I’ve read by Kathleen Y’Barbo that wasn’t a “Love Inspired” novel. I thought this book was a delightful read. 

*BFCG may (Read the review to see) recommend this book by this author. It does not mean I recommend all the books by this author.
*I received this book for free from FIRST Wild Card blog tours for this review.

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