Charlotte Brittler is content.
Unlike her elder sister, Dianna, who headed West in search of a life of adventure, Charlotte thrives in the bustling, overcrowded Manhattan streets. If she could only find a husband, her life would be complete. So, when the son of a local oil baron captures Charlotte’s hard-won interest, she is immediately swept away down a path full of secrets and intrigue, in a twisting game that threatens her very heart.
Logan Drexel is the son of a professional con man. Nothing more and nothing less.
His father has gambled away his grandfather’s company, wasting any funds they bring in on maintaining an appearance of exuberant wealth to the Manhattan society. Charlotte Brittler is his only chance. Logan knows that if he is to recover his dignity—and his family’s good name—he needs money, and a lot of it. So, he promises himself one more con. One last time, he will seek to deceive someone for monetary gain. If he can marry Charlotte, every debt collector can be safely swept under the rug, and he can escape the clutches of a father that has used him time and time again.
But Charlotte is not a prize to be won. She’s a furious, flame-driven storm that will stop at nothing to get what she wants, and Logan quickly realizes that the tables have turned. When he set out to steal Charlotte Brittler’s heart, he never banked on losing his own.
“I loved it…the vibrant characters, the story, and humor, all came together perfectly! Truly one I could sit down and read again right now. I highly recommend this book; what a fabulous adventure!” — Amazon Reviewer
“…full of deceit, suspense, love, and lies, just enough to keep in guessing.”— Amazon Reviewer
“Charlotte is an enticing tale of love and redemption. You will fall in love with the characters as they fall for each other…”— Amazon Reviewer
The Bestselling Brittler Sisters Series is a fantastic look into Victorian America and the Western Frontier. Each story is clean, sweet, romantic and character driven, with a creative touch that speaks for the unique writing style Josephine Blake has developed.