Deadly Deceit by Natalie Walters is book two in the Harbored Secrets series. You don’t necessarily have to start with Book one, but I hate reading things out order. I will admit that I loved book one (Living Lies) and so I had super high expectations for the second.
The whole series brings suspense and action, while giving readers a swoon-worthy love story in the process. Gabe and Anissa both have a past that makes them gun-shy in the relationship department, but it’s been clear through three novels that they like each other. The tension builds as Gabe and Anissa both have to run for their lives while solving a murder and a 13 year old cold case.
I love Kindle Unlimited, but sometimes I feel like I don’t read enough from its selection to make it work the extra $9.95 a month. So I’m making valid attempts each month to rotate some KU novels into my TBR list.
e Yellow Lantern by Angie Dicken is another in the True Crimes series that focuses on historical crimes in America. Set in the early 1800’s, this story deals with the criminal activity of grave robbers stealing bodies in the middle of the night.
I’ve never read a novel where the characters face one life threatening situation after another. There are drug lords, murders, explosions, shoot-outs, conspiracies, underwater attacks, poisonous snakes, you name it, Dani Pettrey throws it at Gabby and Finn and the rest of the investigation team!
Summer is here. School is out, life might slow down for a bit. Plus, vacation time means a chance to kick back and grab a great suspense novel. We live in a Netflix world of binge-watching entire seasons of our… Read More ›
If you’re a fan of romantic suspense, this is a novel you’ll want to pick up. For being the author’s debut novel, the writing is up to par with seasoned authors
Based on the mystery surrounding one of America’s notorious killers, this story inserts you into Chicago, 1893, at the time of the World’s Fair. Winnifred Wylde witnesses a kidnapping in the wake of several women missing, the only problem is that no one believes her because she’s “cried wolf” one too many times with her overactive imagination.
This novel definitely gives any suspense fan a thrilling ride. Plenty of action gives way to an intricate mystery to solve.
Dangerous Illusions is one of my favorite novels from Irene Hannon, but the sequel, Hidden Perils, just took over my #1 spot!