Jaded with her dull but secure relationship, WPC Cressida Farleigh agrees to take part in the undercover investigation of a series of art frauds. The chief suspect is the darkly attractive owner of a London art gallery, and Cressida must use her powers of seduction in order to find out the truth....
|Number of Pages||:||256 Pages|
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The Gallery Reviews
Black Lace with all that that implies, but with a good story line about a policewoman sent undercover to investigate potential fraud in an art gallery. Of course all is not as it seems, and she finds herself discovering a whole new side of her personality thanks, at first, to the artwork in the gallery. Good read.
Enjoyable story, but it seemed like, at minimum, 100 pages were missing, the story ended so abruptly. I would've liked to have seen more of the blossoming relationship between Cressida and Guy take place.
First Black Lace book I read. I enjoyed the story and I particularly liked the transformation the straight-laced vanilla female detective makes throughout the story.
I only finished this to see if the plot or characters improved by the end. They didn't I'm afraid. This is the first black lace book I've read and I think it will be the last.