Camille Iverness knows she has been dealt some harsh realities in life but she has contented herself with helping her father run his curiosity shop while he is out venturing goodness knows where. She also knows that she isn’t exactly safe. That fact is driven home one night when she is attacked by an intruder who ends up injuring her despite the efforts of Jonathan Gilchrist. Before long Camille becomes aware of dark secrets that drives a wedge between daughter and father, causing Camille to flee. Will she ever have a fair shot at life?
Anymore I just come to expect the very best from Sarah E. Ladd. She’s just that good. The Curiosity Keeper was no exception. Camille’s sad life wasn’t a pity party – she keeps going even when the odds are against her. She makes some choices that could be considered a little less than wise, lending very realistic makeup to this character. It’s a nice story, with a surprising ending and great cover art making for an overall fantastic read.
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