It seems that someone is a spy in Lady Wexham’s house, but who could it be? Rees Phillips is trying to find out, with his new job disguised as a butler. But can Rees sneak around and try to find answers without anyone suspecting him? This book gets very interesting as the sneaking around continues, not only with Rees but others in the household.
This is a wonderful book that I highly recommend. I enjoyed the era of the setting and the vivid details so perfectly described by Ruth Axtell. The characters were unique and believable and they keep readers guessing and reading throughout the story. I really liked Rees and his attempting to be a butler, which he did very well. And the tension between he and the Lady Wexham was enough to keep me reading to find out what the outcome between them would be. There are many twists and turns going on here along with the mystery of who the spy is, which makes the book much more entertaining and exciting.
I highly recommend this story for anyone who loves a good historical fiction with a bit of suspense and romance. You will not be disappointed when you choose Moonlight Masquerade for your next read.