Millie's Treasure (Secret Lives Of Will Tucker V2)
By Kathleen Y'Barbo
Release Date Jun 1, 2013
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
Series Secret Lives Of Will Tucker
From bestselling author Kathleen Y'Barbo comes Millie's Treasure, the second book in The Secret Lives of Will Tucker series, a new set of novels involving romance, adventure, and hidden identity.
Memphis 1890--Bookish heiress Millie Jean Cope is as clever as she is beautiful. Unfortunately, though adept at solving puzzles and cryptograms, she doesn't realize her new fianc? isn't who he claims to be, but instead is a charming scoundrel. The infamous Will Tucker is presenting himself as a British gentleman, Sir William Trueck, though in reality he is a crafty criminal looking for a hidden map to a secret treasure.
Pinkerton agent Kyle Russell has been on Tucker's trail for years. At last Kyle believes he has Tucker cornered, but he is uncertain whether the lovely woman on the con man's arm is an unsuspecting victim or willing accomplice. Finding reasons to spend time with Millie is easy. Keeping himself from falling in love with her is another issue entirely.
A fun and entertaining story of how God can shine the light of truth on the most cryptic circumstances.
Millie’s Treasure is book two in the series, “The Secret Lives of Will Tucker.” Pinkerton agent Kyle Russell picks up where his former partner, Logan, left off in book one. Will Tucker was put away but has escaped prison, and is still on the loose, stealing from innocent women. In the midst of his search, he meets a young woman named Millie, who happens to be engaged to Will ‘Trueck,’, also known as Will Tucker. However, she is only engaged for convenience, not for love. Kyle and Millie happen to meet one evening before her wedding, and find that they are attracted to one another. However, many complications arise that come between them and could possibly keep them apart for good.
I was surprised when I started reading to find that the Will Tucker story continued. Yet I was glad. I think I loved this one better than book one. It flowed nice and kept me interested. Other twists and turns in the story made it really interesting. If you liked book one, you’ll love book two!
Reviewed by: Sarah Meyers