Friday, September 26, 2014

Review: Treasure Me by Christine Nolfi



Birdie is a con artist and a thief.  She is getting tired of the life as well and decides to go to Liberty OH where legend says, her ancestor went in search of a new life as a free woman.  AND that she was given a treasure to help her start that life.  Birdie wants to follow the clues and find a fresh start.

Hugh is a journalist whose career is on its last legs since he can't keep his life together.  His one chance is to go dig into a story that he reported on before with great success.

Their paths cross and is it possible for them to overcome their pasts and be together?

I really enjoyed this book, it was a fun read with some great characters, history and small town charm and angst.  Not to mention, a little bit of mystery and love. 

Birdie was quirky enough to root for despite her criminal inclinations and she really seems to grow as the story arcs.  A new Author for me to follow....

Terri


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