Nina Finch isn't suited for a life of crime. Especially the crimes her art-forging brother, Jack, commits. While she can paint like Botticelli, she much rather be baking.
But her talent is too good for Jack to ignore, and she is forced into his schemes.
Just when she saves enough money to escape the life she desperately doesn’t want, Jack’s carelessness lands her—and their forgeries—directly under the nose of London's sharpest art critic, Alan De'Ath.
While De'Ath may know that the paintings are fake, he has no idea that Nina created them.
He is so smitten with the sweet-faced woman that he even offers her a job.
Nina knows her secrets will unravel if she is near De'Ath.
It doesn’t help that he is determined to catch the forger and cement his reputation.
The closer De'Ath gets to the mesmerizing woman he hired, the less he trusts his perspective.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
**PHOTO AND AUTHOR INFORMATION
TAKEN FROM THE AUTHOR'S AMAZON PAGE**
Joanna Lowell lives among the fig trees in North Carolina, where she teaches in the English department at Wake Forest University.
When she’s not writing historical romance, she writes collections and novels as Joanna Ruocco.
Those books include Dan, Another Governess / The Least Blacksmith, The Week, and Field Glass, co-authored with Joanna Howard.
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