Blog Tour: A Spark of Silver by Liz Johnson

Ninety years ago, Millie Sullivan's great-grandmother was a guest at oil tycoon Howard Dawkins' palatial estate on the shore of St. Simons Island, Georgia. Now, Millie plays a 1920s-era guest during tours of the same manor. But when her grandmother suggests that there is a lost diary containing the location of a hidden treasure on the estate, along with the true identity of Millie's great-grandfather, Millie sets out to find the truth of her heritage--and the fortune that might be hers. When security guard Ben Thornton discovers her snooping in the estate's private library, he threatens to have her fired. But her story seems almost too ludicrous to be fiction, and her offer to split the treasure is too tempting to pass up . . .
Get ready for a romantic escapade through dark halls and dusty corners that will have you holding your breath and sighing with delight as two charming characters get caught up in the adventure of uncovering the past and finding their way to an unexpected future.




A Sparkle of Silver by Liz Johnson takes place in two different time periods. The first in in modern times and the second is 90 years in the past. Millie Sullivan is needing to find money to pay for a place for her grandmother to live. One day Millie's grandmother reveals that Millie's great-grandfather is not who Millie thought it was. Now Millie is on a quest to learn who her grandmother's birth father is. Mainly she just wants to find out if there is an inheritance that goes along with this family secret.

Millie's grandmother mentions a diary that was written by Grandmother Joy's mother Ruth. As Grandmother Joy reveals, her mom was a guest on an oil tycoon back in the 1920s, so Millie decides to get a second job as a tour guide employee for the property. When she gets caught snooping around by the security guard Ben, he offers to split the treasure and we won't say anything.

More than just Ben and Millie are looking for this mysterious treasure which ends up creating a lot of suspense for this book. The mystery to this story was so much fun and enjoyable. Johnson did such a great job bringing this story to life to the reader. She created a fun enjoyable easy read.

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