Thursday, April 14, 2016

The Bootlegger's Daughter

The Bootlegger’s Daughter 
Lauri Robinson
August 2015

Of all the speakeasies, in all the world… 

Mysterious city slicker Ty Bradshaw might have won her father's trust, but everyone knows Norma Rose is the true boss of Nightingale's resort. And it'll take more than that charming smile to shake the feeling that Ty is not all he seems…

He walks into hers. 

Ty is a federal agent on a personal mission of revenge. But he hasn't figured on falling for a bootlegger's daughter. Suddenly, flirting with headstrong Norma Rose seems far more exhilarating than chasing gangsters!

Between The Pages 
This is the second book in the Daughters of the Roaring Twenties. I enjoyed how the author intertwined this story by adding the disappearance of Norma Rose’s sister from the first book in the series. This story showed a deeper look into the Nightingale family and the sisters’ connection. The opening pages grab your attention, and the hint of suspense adds good tension to the plot. I look forward to reading The Rebel Daughter.

4 Stars

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