Lord of Night by Erica Ridley

This is fun, entertaining and engaging. Simon is a serious hard working, honest, caring and determined police inspector who needs to catch a certain thief to get a promotion. Dahlia is a sweet, funny, giving and stubborn self appointed owner and headmistress. Supporting indigent girls and giving them a better life is all Dahlia wants, and sometimes she has to resort to thievery. Simon and Dahlia meet when he helps her run off a man intent on kidnapping a girl. They slowly become interested in each other, but Dahlia knows it can't work, because she is the thief he needs to catch. It's a captivating storyline with a heartwarming ending.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Netgalley. This is my voluntary and honest opinion of it.


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