It Takes A Spy by Sheridan Jeane

This is romantic, dramatic, sweet and entertaining. Devin is reserved, proper and logical. Cecilia is bold, daring and determined. They've known each other since they were small, but a year after becoming engaged, each wonders if they really suit. They are complete opposites, but they complement each other so well. On the eve of Cecilia's family auctioning off their belongings to provide dowrys for both girls, and finance their move to Cannes, they get robbed. And Devin is accused of the crime. Cecilia doesn't believe it and sets out to find the truth and clear Devin. As they race all over town, they come to learn that not only do they love each other, they're perfect for each other. I'm looking forward to reading about Cecilia's little sister.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Hidden Gems. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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