Saturday, January 5, 2019

Lady of A Thousand Treasures By Sandra Byrd


Lady of A Thousand Treasures By Sandra Byrd from Tyndale House Publishers. Miss Eleanor Sheffield is a talented evaluator of antiquities, trained to know the difference between a genuine artifact in a fraud. But with her father’s passing and her elderly uncle's decline, the family business is at risk, and unmarried Eleanor cannot run Sheffield Brothers alone. The death of a wealthy client offers an unexpected opportunity when Eleanor is appointed the temporary trustee of the Baron’s legendary collection. She hello must choose whether to donate the priceless treasures to a museum or allow them to pass to the Baron’s only living son, Harry the man who broke her heart. Harry claims to love Eleanor still, and though she yearns to believe him, there are circumstances that make her question if this is true. 


Yet she also distrusts the late Baron’s motives especially after her uncle and her home are attacked. With her family’s finances dwindling and the threat of depth readers prison closing in, Eleanor knows that donating the Baron’s collection would win favor among potential clients, save in the family and its firm. But the more time Eleanor spends with Harry, the more her faith in him grows. Can she risk bestowing upon him the treasures, and her heart, after all? Ultimately, Eleanor must decide whom she can trust, who in her life is false or true, brass or gold and what is meant to be treasured.
My Opinion: this book was slow going for me and sometimes I don’t like those types of books but aft you got into it a little bit it was a nice read with the mystery and an ending that what you will enjoy.

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