The gods of fortune have smiled on Elise Goodman. A small town museum curator, she is in New York for an antiques auction at Sotheby’s. After a chance run-in with gorgeous Russian stranger Dimitri Romanov, she is on her way with her assistant to the auction. A sudden call catches her attention, and a street vendor ends up selling her a gorgeous Faberge egg. And the adventure begins. When a master criminal attempts to steal the egg as well as Elise, Dimitri knows he must intervene to save them all. Can Dimitri save the egg, Elise, and still convince her that she stole his heart? Read on to find out/
The Faberge Secret is a fast paced, delightful adventure with plenty of love and adventure sprinkled in for spice. The characters are artfully sculpted, and the story flows effortlessly together. The authenticity of the Russian history in the novel is heartwarming as well, as it shows a respect for that beautiful yet tragic history. History buffs, adventure enthusiasts, and anyone looking for a thoroughly enjoyable book would be well served by picking up this novel. It is truly enchanting.
Elise Goodwin finds herself faced with danger when she learns the Faberge egg she's bought belongs to a Russian mogul, Dimitri Romanov, but is Dimitri playing a game with Elise's heart to get his heirloom back?
Elise Goodwin runs a heritage museum in Brattleboro, Vermont. She travels to Boston to buy some items for her museum at Sotheby's auction. What she acquires is a delicious surprise that would excite any curator – a Faberge egg.
Enter Russian businessman Dimitri Romanov. He goes to the auction with the intent of buying the egg only to discover that Elise is in possession of it. His dilemma? He's attracted to the petite brunette with doe-like eyes and a trusting disposition.
Complicating matters is Dimitri's rival, Gustav Kelch, who wants the precious jeweled object for his own collection. Can Dimitri protect Elise from Kelch?