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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
Madelyn Brighton is happy living her life as a loner and she has learned not to trust anyone, no matter who they are. In The Counterfeiter's Daughter by Victoria Marswell, her world is turned upside down when she receives word from her stepmother that her father has passed away and Madelyn is wanted in Munich, Germany for the funeral. The worst thing about this trip is that the man had never been a real father to her and she had pretty much disowned him. When she arrives, she finds that her father entrusted her with an old Mozart music artifact and she sets out to do what he's asked of her. After the funeral, the rollercoaster ride begins with Madelyn, along with Jake and Leon, who want a share of the artifact as well.
The Counterfeiter's Daughter by Victoria Marswell is fast-paced, taking readers to many beautiful places in Germany. I love the way that Marswell gives incredible descriptions of each stop. The scenes are so vivid I could feel myself there alongside the three main characters. There's a bit of cozy romance going on throughout the plot, making the reading enjoyable. I liked the subtle way Marswell writes faith and the Christian life into her characters. There is a little bit of everything here that readers will love in a good action-packed thriller. The twists and turns will have your head spinning at times and it is difficult to figure out what is going on. Marswell took me completely by surprise with her intriguing ending to the story. This is truly a tale of betrayal, forgiveness, restoration, and more. If you love a good clean Christian romantic thriller full of action and adventure, you have to read this book!