Monday, November 4, 2019

Deadly Deceit by Natalie Walters

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ABOUT THE BOOK

When journalist Vivian DeMarco's boss dies under suspicious circumstances, her only hope for finding the truth is Deputy Ryan Frost. The deeper they dig, the more twisted the truth becomes, and someone called The Watcher forces Vivian to decide what she's willing to lose for the sake of a headline.


MY REVIEW

All I can say is just wow!! This is even better than the first book!! My my!
All the action you could ever want in this book and more!!
I love that Vivian is a much better person in this book too. We also see that our hero Deputy Ryan has changed a lot as well!! I guess ppl do mature over time. Well, some do I should say and some just seem to stay the same.
So many twists and turns that will make you hold your breath waiting to see what happens next. I love it that this is a heart pounding adventure with deputy Ryan and Vivian. Their banter tickled me.
I also loved the faith filled theme in this book that helps these characters get through their ordeal. For without God we are nothing. I love it that He won't give us more than we can handle but let me tell you it sure feels like it sometimes!
Natalie Walters is like that you know?
Next to Jaime Jo Wright she's the best!
This is my 2nd book by her and I will be devouring more as I see them come out
I strongly recommend this book. NO compensations were received. All opinions are my own. Thank you Netgalley 



ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Natalie WaltersMy world revolves around GIJOE and our three adult (or almost adult) children who keep my life anything but predictable. Our boots hit the ground wherever the Army sends us but home is when we’re all together no matter the zipcode. My passion is writing stories where adventure meets love and share my belief that life rooted in purpose is a story worth telling.


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