A USA Today bestseller.
It should be a happy time for India and Matt, but forces beyond their control conspire to ruin their future. A distraction from their troubles comes in the form of murder.
When the editor of The Weekly Gazette is killed, controversial journalist and ink magician Oscar Barratt asks India and Matt to investigate. As the recipient of threatening letters written on magic paper, he believes he was the intended target. With suspects ranging from Oscar's brother to guild masters and London's elite, India and Matt have a lot of investigating to do.
But the more they dig, the more dark secrets they uncover. Secrets that involve blackmail and an exclusive club of magic collectors who want to preserve the value of their collections. When one of the secrets can give India and Matt the future they desire, will they give in to blackmail or sacrifice their happiness?
Love them all so far!
The Ink Master’s Silence-Good
While I love the author’s writing style, imaginative story and detailed descriptions that make you feel your there in the midst of the story, I’m truly disappointed this book didn’t finalize the very long drawn out romance and complete the series as.
In my opinion this series should have been concluded in book 5 but the series drags on for those who want the HEA ending for Matt and India. If that HEA isn’t completed in the next book I’m sorry to say I will quit the series and imagine my own HEA. At this point I just think the story becomes repetitive and should be spun off to more of a crime solving mystery genre.
Oh what a tangled web we weave when we practice to deceive!! India, may end up regretting being beholden to Coyle in her future, BUT, she at least finally gets her man!! Lol