Vacation Reading: Love in Disguise
The title . . . is a bit cheesy.
But I did enjoy the book. And mind you, I DO classify Love in Disguise, by Carol Cox, as a vacation read – mindless fiction.
Quite literally, the heroine of the novel (Ellie Moore) is in a disguise almost the entire book. But the costume allows her to grow as a character.
She gains new confidence and finds both purpose and meaning for her life.
Faithful as an aide to a rising actress, Ellie is left to find another job when her job abruptly ends.
Not knowing what to do, she overhears two men talking of their need for a detective out west.
And not just a detective for any old agency, a detective for the Pinkerton Detective Agency.
Ellie employs all of her second hand stage knowledge into a first had experience at being a detective in disguise.
It turns out to be quite an adventure for this Midwest woman!
Cute book. But like I have already said, this is TOTALLY a vacation read. You can have easy access to a sweet and clean movie in your mind!
Thanks Bethany House for supplying me with Love in Disguise. I was not paid for this post and all opinions are mine. You can snag your copy of Love in Disguise in Kindle format or paperback on Amazon.