Paris, 1922: Belgian Pauline Mertens is disgraced, disowned by her father, and hiding from those who think she helped her ex-fiancé steal millions in an elaborate con. Living as Frenchwoman Vivienne Gregsby, she's determined to recover her father's art collection lost in her ex-fiancé's scheme, and the perfect opportunity arises when American art collector Edwin Bradley hires her as his assistant. In Philadelphia, Pauline becomes entwined in a complicated world of art, politics, romance, and vengeance. This brilliant historical fiction will leave you breathless.
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