About the Book
There’s Often a Fine Line Between a Criminal and a Saint
Constable Jackson Forge intends to make the world safer, or at least the streets of Victorian London. But that’s Kit Turner’s domain, a swindler who runs a crew that acquires money the old-fashioned way—conning the rich to give to the poor. When a local cab driver goes missing, Jackson is tasked with finding the man, and the only way to do that is by enlisting Kit’s help. If Jackson doesn’t find the cabby, he’ll be fired. If Kit doesn’t help Jackson, he’ll arrest her for thievery. Yet neither of them realize those are the least of their problems.
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This book looks SO good! It is definitely on my wishlist 🙂 I hope you can stop by:
Danielle Owen says
I have this book on my tbr stack and I can’t wait to read it! I posted the first line from Dreams of Savannah by Roseanna M. White.
Nicole Santana says
Today on my blog I’m sharing the first line from The Best-Laid Plans by Sarah M. Eden: https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2021/01/08/first-line-friday-169/. Currently I’m reading Acceptable Risk by Lynette Eason so I’ll share from there:
“Sarah stood outside Dustin’s duplex door and drew in a steadying breath.”
I hope you have a great weekend! ❤
Beauty in the Binding Blog says
Happy Friday! This one is on my TBR! Today, I’m sharing the first line from The Christmas Swap by Melody Carlson. “Emma Daley had always loved Christmas as a child, but . . . not so much as an adult.”
Kelly-Ann Deffenbaugh says
Over on my blog my first line comes from The Piano Teacher by Kristie Self
“The darkness lay heavy that night, unbroken by any slivers of moonlight.”
Have a lovely weekend!
Paula Shreckhise says
My first line us from Endless Mercy by Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse. The second book in the series Treasures of Nome.
Nome, Alaska. September 1904
The lively tune on the piano couldn’t keep up with the smile in Madysen’s heart.