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Telegraph operator Lucy Drake is a master of Morse code, but the presence of Sir Colin Beckwith at a rival news agency puts her livelihood at risk. Despite their rivalry, Lucy realises Colin's connections could be just what her family needs to turn the tide of their long legal battle over their stolen fortune.

When she negotiates an unlikely alliance with him, neither of them realises how far the web of treachery they're wading into will take them.

©2017 Dorothy Mays (P)2017 Recorded Books Inc

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"Camden is the master of historical inspirational romance." ( Booklist)

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  • 3Son&1
  • Alexandria, VA
  • 02-06-18

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I read the story of Lucy, Nick and Colin and then listened to it. I enjoyed their journey of letting go. In the audio version I think Nick and Lucy should have had N.Y. accents to balance Colin's British. I could have used a few more descriptors of attire since fashion was shifting in that time period. Lucy's skirt was tight for one scene but in the tunnels it seemed she had lots of fabric. I wish I had put together it was a continuation of the Biblical story of Jacob and Esau from the beginning. I enjoyed learning words like sandhog and seeing texting from the 1900s in Morse code. The Early 1900s were changing times in NYC and it was fun to walk through them with these characters.