The setting for this book takes place in Boston in the year 1897, the time when the first subway was being constructed. The historical Boston setting enhanced the story and the characters were well developed and the story well written. This is a romantic suspense and at times very intense. Camden does a superb job with the plot as well as the main characters. Stella West, a world-renowned illustrator in London has moved to Boston where her sister was living when she “accidentally” drowned. Stella landed a job as a stenographer at City Hall, the last place where her sister, Gwendolyn, worked before her death. She knows her sister did not drown as she was an excellent swimmer. Stella is determined to follow Gwendolyn’s last steps in hopes of finding some clues as to who may have been involved with her sister’s death. All Stella seems to be finding are closed doors everywhere she turns. Romulus White has been pursuing Stella West for years to create art for his beloved magazine while she was in London, but she always refused. Now she is here in Boston and when they finally meet, the sparks fly. When she meets Romulus she hopes that maybe with his connections she can finally get some answers. So they agree, he help her and she will do a series for his magazine. Romulus loves being a bachelor and doesn’t want anything to threaten that and doesn’t intend to wed before he is forty.. If he can get Stella to agree to work for the magazine all of his dreams will come true. Amid much turmoil, lies, suspense and danger, a most interesting book unfolds. Camden has written an excellent novel that will keep you turning the pages and guessing “Who Did It ” wanting to get to the end and hating that it ended. I was given this book by Bethany Publishing for my honest review.