The second in her series on female Pinkerton operatives, Undercover Bride is the perfect title. Maggie Cartright aka Taylor is an Illinois farm girl from a loving family. At least that’s what she’s led Thomas to believe. But you can’t be honest with a crook if you’re hoping to catch him red-handed. If only he wasn’t such a handsome, winsome one. As she gets to know him and his happy children, and doesn’t seem to find the evidence she was sent to secure, she has to wonder if there’s been some mistake. But the Pinkertons are never wrong, so she must strive to guard her heart from the man who could steal it as easily as he stole $70,000 dollars from a train safe.
Unfortunately, this is easier said than done, until his children inadvertently help her find the evidence that will make him swing from the end of a rope, as her own father did for his crimes. When hope is all but lost, Maggie must follow her heart and the clues to to save the man she believes innocent of any theft, expect that of her heart.
It has a unique storyline and mystery melded with romance. I can hardly wait to see what she will come up with for the third novel in the series.
Thank you to NetGalley (https://www.netgalley.com/) and Barbour Publishing for a copy of this book to read and honestly review. Hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I did!