Thalia Chase returns to England from Sicily to help her sister. She will be so busy that she should be able to forget Count Marco di Fabrizzi. In Sicily, she met Marco but she knows nothing can come of her infatuation because Marcoâ€™s heart belongs to someone else. When she and her sister arrive in Bath to take the waters, she is surprised to find Marco there with someone she knows is a thief. Thalia knows there is more to this than meets the eye and she is determined to uncover his secrets. She is sure that he needs her help with those secrets and she more than willing to offer her help. Marco is just as sure he does not want to put her in danger but cannot seem to resist allowing her to help him.
Amanda McCabe tells an excellent tale with To Kiss a Count. Following the path of missing antiquities, To Kiss a Count takes us even further with twists and turns in the plot that have us appreciating how difficult this once was. Marco and Thalia made a great couple but it took them some work to realize this. The Chase Muses have been a delight to get to know and we are sorry to see this set come to an end. There are younger sisters and I am sure we would love to read their stories. Wonderfully imaginative with a quirky cast of characters, compelling plot lines and the hope for more, the Chase Muses and Amanda McCabe will always be welcome on our book shelves.