Today I am reviewing Love Undercover, the second novel in the Upstate New York series by Jean C. Gordon.
Here is a brief synopsis:
Upstate NY…where love is a little sweeter
A few too many messy divorce cases and custody battles have convinced Tina Cannon to change her specialty from family law to financial planning and move her young daughter out of the city to a place that has the small town values Tina grew up with.
So the offer from her Uncle Jack to join his planning practice in Genesee, her hometown, couldn’t have come at a better time.
Tina is in for a few surprises, though, not the least of which is her perplexingly uncooperative and devastatingly attractive first client Devon O’Neil.
Devon has ties to Genesee too. But they aren’t as pleasant as Tina’s. This is where his grandmother died nearly penniless, bilked out of her hard-earned nest egg by an unscrupulous financial planner — Uncle Jack.
Devon, a private investigator, devises a plan to expose Jack by posing as a lottery winner looking for financial guidance. Tina, however, is upsetting his plan. She’s Jack’s niece and in business with him, so she must be a crook, too, right? So, why does he seem so intent on proving her innocent instead of guilty?
With Tina’s widowed father playing matchmaker in the background, she faces off with Devon in the securities fraud investigation that raises more than a few sparks and teaches them both that while appearances can be deceiving, love shines true.
LOVE UNDERCOVER . . . Don’t miss this exciting adventure by Jean C. Gordon – Tweet this!
Love Undercover is an excellent read…
When I met Tina Cannon, I was certain she couldn’t be the deceitful crook Devon had her pegged as, could she? Devon O’Neil seemed pretty sure of himself — and his facts.
Then we have Tina’s Uncle Jack… and her Dad… so who’s the crook?
I’m hoping I can convince you how much I enjoyed reading Love Undercover — without giving away any spoilers, or too much information. Even though I was pretty sure I knew who the crooks were, there were moments when I almost doubted myself — especially when evidence to the contrary was revealed!
But that’s enough . . . really, I can’t reveal anything else; or I would spoil it for you. But you should read it — you really should. And if you haven’t read the first book in the series, don’t miss it. You can even read them out of order, and it’ll be fine!
Just don’t miss out on this wonderful story.
Review © 2016 DJ Mynatt