Title: The Dame of Notre Dame
Series: A Fathom’s Five Short Adventure
Author: Geoffrey Knight
Genre: Action & Adventure
Length: Shorty (26pgs)
Publisher: Geoffrey Knight (May 7, 2015)
Heat Level: Low – Moderate
Heart Rating: 💖💖💖💖 4 Hearts
Blurb: Within a centuries-old tapestry on display in the palatial French estate of Lawrence Vanderbilt is a map to one of the greatest treasures of all time—the sword of Joan of Arc.
But when Professor Fathom’s men wind up captive in Vanderbilt’s dungeons, there’s only one person who can come to their rescue—the Professor’s caring yet cantankerous German housekeeper Elsa.
Now Elsa will have to use all her wits and feminine wiles to navigate her way through the secret passageways of Notre Dame Cathedral if she is to save the Fathom’s Five team.
Join the enigmatic Professor Fathom, New York adventurer Jake Stone, Brazilian biologist Eden Santiago, Texas cowboy Shane Houston, Italian art expert Luca da Roma, Californian college quarterback Will Hunter as well as Professor Fathom’s most trusted and cherished housekeeper herself, Elsa Strauss, on her very own adventure in… The Dame of Notre Dame.
Collect all the Fathom’s Five adventures—
The Cross of Sins: Fathom’s Five Book One
The Riddle of the Sands: Fathom’s Five Book Two
The Curse of the Dragon God: Fathom’s Five Book Three
The Tomb of Heaven: Fathom’s Five Book Four
The Temple of Time: Fathom’s Five Book Five
The Dame of Notre Dame: A Fathom’s Five Short Adventure
Review: I must say I was a little at a loss with this story as the MC is a female and I’m an mm reader.
But as the story progressed I enjoyed it. Elsa was simply adorable. The professor’s gang get themselves in a pickle and are captured and only Elsa can rescue them.
This is a fast paced short and sweet story with plenty of action and suspense as is fitting an adventure series. Really good addition to the series.