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A Dangerous Legacy by Elizabeth Camden

A Dangerous Legacy was quite refreshing as Camden offers a twist on the familiar tale of forlorn love. Lucy’s battle with her family provides enough suspense and danger to not only draw the reader into the crime plot but also amplifies the desperate and futile romantic hopes of a relationship forming between her and Colin. Lucy and Colin realize that they do not have to be controlled by past circumstances. The sweet conclusion to their relationship will delight readers.

Telegraph operator Lucy Drake is a master of Morse code and has made herself an asset to the Associated Press news agency. But the sudden arrival of Sir Colin Beckwith at rival British news agency Reuters puts her hard-earned livelihood at risk. Colin is talented, handsome, insufferably charming–and keeping a secret that jeopardizes his reputation.

Camden weaves together a delightful story of intrigue and love against the backdrop of turn-of-the-century New York City. From the first time they met, the attraction between Lucy Drake- a telegrapher for the American-owned AP news agency- and Sir Colin Beckwith- director of the British-owned Reuters news agency- was undeniable. Besides their professions and attraction, however, Lucy and Colin share an unusual connection- both are wrangling with long-standing family battles that have proven to consume their lives.

A story you cannot put down. Fear, grief, caring, love. Evil at its worst fill the pages of this book. Mystery readers will love to try figuring out what is next. A great read and a great gift idea for the reader in your life.

I received a copy of the book from Bethany Publishers for my review.

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