Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Review of A Counterfeit Heart by K.C. Bateman


This is my first K.C. Bateman Book and I really enjoyed this story.  She had me hooked from the beginning.  Her writing is so seamless, intelligent and stimulating that I was half way through the book before I even looked up.  Great character development with an intricate exciting plot.  

Richard is a Gentleman who has everything, money, a title, any woman he wants.  He is also a spy who has been trying to catch a Frenchman, Phillippe Lacorte, a counterfeiter.  He never expected that he would show up at his front door and that he was a she.

Sabine de la Tour is an artist who has used her artistic talent to become a counterfeiter to survive in war torn France.  Napolean is exiled and Sabine wants to leave her old life behind and start over.  She has a plan and Richard's cooperation is crucial.  

From the first meeting, they challenged each other.  I loved the witty back and forth. Richard and Sabine were perfect for each other.  Once Richard realizes that he doesn't want to live a life without Sabine he has to convince her that they could have their HAE.

This is the 3rd book in The Secret and Spies Series and is also a great stand alone story.  I will be going to Amazon to buy the first two in the Series.


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