Conspiring –  4-stars

This 4th installment of Ellie and Major Rasmey’s spy adventure did not disappoint this reader. I have always been intrigued by spy novels and the fact this one is during WWII and also has a bit of romance, makes this more alluring. With the twists and turns and the anticipation of more of a connection between Ellie and Major Rasmey, I finished this book in three days. Some of Ellie’s antic’s left me wanting to throw the book in frustration, but I was giving her the benefit of the doubt due to the circumstances.

The next installment can not come fast enough. 

I received a complimentary copy of the book from St. Martin’s Press through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

From the back cover:

The fourth installment in Ashley Weaver’s delightful series, Locked in Pursuit follows safecracker Electra McDonnell fighting Nazis at every turn as World War II looms over London.

Safecracker Ellie McDonnell hasn’t seen Major Ramsey—her handsome but aloof handler in the British government—since their tumultuous mission together three months before, but when she hears about a suspicious robbery in London she feels compelled to contact him. Together they discover that a rash of burglaries in the city all lead back to a hotbed of spies in the neutral city of Lisbon, Portugal, and an unknown object brought to London by a mysterious courier.

As the thieves become more desperate and their crimes escalate, it becomes imperative that Ellie and Ramsey must beat them at their own game. Fighting shadowy assailants, enemy agents, and the mutual attraction they’ve agreed not to acknowledge, Ellie and Ramsey work together to learn if it truly takes a thief to catch a thief.

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