About the Book
Caroline Delacroix is at the pinnacle of Washington high society in her role as secretary to the first lady of the United States. But beneath the façade of her beauty, glamorous wardrobe, and dazzling personality, she’s hiding a terrible secret. If she cannot untangle a web of foreign espionage, her brother will face execution for treason.
Nathaniel Trask is the newly appointed head of the president’s Secret Service team. He is immediately suspicious of Caroline despite his overwhelming attraction to her quick wit and undeniable charm. Desperate to keep the president protected, Nathaniel must battle to keep his focus fully on his job as the threat to the president rises.
Amid the glamorous pageantry of Gilded Age Washington, DC, Caroline and Nathaniel will face adventure, danger, and heartbreak in a race against time that will span the continent and the depth of human emotion.
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I’m hoping to buy this book over the weekend!
Suzie Waltner says
Yay! Hope you enjoy it.
Becky Smith says
Happy Friday! My first line is from “The Heart of a Hero” by Susan May Warren:
“In the daylight, Jake Silver wasn’t the devil.”
Suzie Waltner says
Just finished that one. It’s a great one.
This has certainly peaked my interest!! Happy Friday!
Nicole Santana says
I cannot wait to read this book!
Today on my blog I’m sharing the first line from The King’s Mercy by Lori Benton: https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2020/06/05/first-line-friday-139/.
I’m currently on chapter 16 so I will share the first line from there.
“The Joanna’s loss was a blow to Severn’s economy, that of her crew a sorrow, but Captain Kelly’s death struck deepest.”
I hope you have a great weekend filled with relaxing reading time! ❤️
Paula Shreckhise says
I am reading this now!
My first line is from STORIES THAT BIND US by Susie Finkbeiner
My Norman had never understood why I liked to hang laundry on the line when I had a perfectly good dryer inside.
Suzie Waltner says
I just finished Stories that Bind Us today. Such a good, emotional story, simple yet deep and moving.
Anneliese Dalaba says
That book sounds very intriguing and interesting. On my blog, I’m featuring Gods at War by Kyle Idleman. Here, I will share the first line from Chapter 25 from my current read, Nathan’s Nurse, by Zina Abbott. “December 30, 1881. The strap of his tow sack full of clean and mended clothes pressing on his shoulder, Nathan maneuvered his way along the path in the snow beaten down by the men traveling from their homes in the married miners’ housing to their jobs at the mine.” I hope you will enjoy a relaxing weekend.
Beauty in the Binding says
Happy Friday! Today, I’m sharing the first line from The House at the End of the Moor by Michelle Griep: “Death prowled the cellblock like a dark animal seeking prey — especially the weakest.”
Kelly-Ann Deffenbaugh says
Today on my blog I shared the first line from Misty Beller’s Love’s Mountain Quest. “The woman stood in the wind, skirts billowing, hair flying, as though the gusts swept away all her inhibitions.” I just finished it and it was really good!
Oh I loved the Gilded Lady!! You can’t go wrong with Camden!
Have a wonderful weekend!
BECCA WEIDEL says
Today on my blog I shared the first line from The Comparison Girl by Shannon Popkin but I’m currently reading The Way of Love by Tracie Peterson so I’ll share the first line from my current chapter (5) here: “Mrs. Weaver joined the boardinghouse residents for breakfast the next morning.” Hope you have a great weekend!