Sadie's Secret by Kathleen Y'Barbo ~ Review

Sadie's Secret (The Secret Lives of Will Tucker, #3)

Lucie's Review:

Sadie Callum is good at what she does. In her job with the Pinkerton Agency she uses her education and training to solve cases, and see justice dealt. That's what she did for Will Tucker. However it has come to the attention of the Pinkertons that the Will Tucker behind bars is not the same one initially arrested, so it is up to Sadie to find out which Will Tucker is which.
Jefferson Tucker is a man of faith who works for the London Bureau of Investigation, and has been wrongfully imprisoned in the place of his identical twin, Will Tucker.
Jefferson and Sadie must work together to get everything straightened out.

This story is both a mystery and a romance, but it does take awhile to get there. Sadie and Jefferson interact well with each other, their communication is natural. And many of the characters from the previous books return, as this adventure takes Sadie and Jefferson across the country, with a very realistic setting.

Overall, this is a winding adventure full of secrets that are slowly revealed over the course of the story, and this book provides a good conclusion to the lives of Will Tucker.

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