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To Catch a Raven: Women Who Dare
To Catch a Raven
Women Who Dare
by Beverly Jenkins
Pub Date – 8/23/22
Raven is a strong character that is forced into helping to obtain a copy of the Declaration of the Independence. She has to team up with a handsome rich guy. They have to pretend to be married and only have one bed.
Oh goodness the lady they have to work for is a piece of entitled traa- work. I mean all the statues of confederate losers should be removed and ladies like that one who funded them being put up should’ve been stopped. You are supposed to hate her but she is all that’s wrong with 1878 and topped with a cherry.
I liked the undercover work and the jobs they would pull to get their money. Honestly, the people they were swindling from what they said we’re using their money for horrible illegal things so they were defunding them for a bit. So doing the Lord’s work.
The romance was definitely opposites attract. They had completely different upbringings and lifes. But they were definitely 🔥
❓ Have you been to New Orleans? The mc is from New Orleans. I’ve spent a night and tried to do as much as I could while on a cross country road trip but would love to go back.
The newest novel in USA Today bestselling author Beverly Jenkins’s compelling Women Who Dare series features a fearless grifter who goes undercover to reclaim the stolen Declaration of Independence.
Lying and cheating may be sins to some people, but for Raven Moreaux, it is a way of life. She comes from a long line of grifters and couldn’t be prouder…Until she’s forced to help the government.
A former Confederate official is suspected of stealing the Declaration of Independence, and Raven, posing as his housekeeper, is tasked with getting it back. Her partner is the too handsome Braxton Steel. Masquerading as a valet/driver, Brax is also supposed to be her “husband.” He has his own reasons for doing this job, but when their pretend marriage ignites into fiery passion, they’ll have to put everything—including their hearts—on the line.
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