Hott Synopsis

Ellie Moore is in desperate need of a job – so desperate, in fact, that she’s imagining how long she can withstand hunger before she takes on a demeaning profession – when she overhears Pinkerton agents discussing a job that they have no operatives to complete. Ellie uses her only remaining resources to disguise herself to be the operative they desperately need.

Then things start to go wrong… and Ellie learns that deception isn’t quite as easy as on a stage.

Hott Review

What I liked: The book was a fun mix. I loved watching Ellie try to get herself out of jams that her deceptions had caused. It was also tremendously fun to watch Steven Pierce’s reactions to Ellie’s different characters.

What I didn’t like: It was really slow and I found the suspense a bit more humorous than nerve-wrecking.


Author: Carol Cox
Source: Bethany House Book Reviewers
Grade: C
Ages: 14+
Steam: YA


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