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The only downside to Joshua Cooper's investigation of a mob runner is not being able to discuss it with his two best friends, 19-year-old twins, Aster and Ivy Redd. However, when Ivy sells one of her quilts to the mob runner, and Aster hits him with her car in a motel parking lot, they become entangled in his investigation. The FBI even believes the twins could knowingly be involved with the mob. Joshua will do everything he can to disprove their suspicion and nail the true criminal.
Brook Jackson is a judge on the Masterpiecers's art competition. That is his official job; his unofficial job is running questionable errands against easy cash. But a ripped quilt and the girl who sewed it will make Brook's life and heart spiral out of control.
Accused of money laundering, Brook becomes the fall guy. After three weeks of imprisonment, he cuts a deal with Joshua: his freedom for the real felons and a meeting with Ivy. Although eager to clear his name, Brook wants to win Ivy's forgiveness - and if she's willing to give it to him - her love.
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By Melanie Preston Lewis on 04-28-17
Thoroughly enjoyable audio book
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It took me a while to get in to this book. Maybe because I haven't read book 1, but once I was in I really enjoyed it. The main characters are all very likeable, even Brook, (this was confusing as Brook is predominantly a girl's name in the UK). The narration was excellent and brought the characters to life. Now I desperately need to read book 1, and I am wishing there was a book 3! 5 stars from me.
By Suzan on 04-04-17
Once again Olivia Wildenstein has written with a unique style. In The Masterpiece Olivia has written the story from Ivy and Aster's point of view in this book it is the same story line but from Joshua and Brook's view point. I would recommend you read these two book back to back as I found myself doing a little trying to remember things. Nicholas Barta does a wonderful job again of narrating this book.