Saturday, July 1, 2017
Dark Deception by Nancy Mehl
Nancy Mehl is on my “favorite authors list.” I read every book she writes. This one didn’t really hold my attention in the beginning – it was difficult to get a grasp of what was going on and also to care about it. However, after about the second or third chapter I started getting into the groove of the book and I started avidly working toward conclusion.
There were a lot of twists and turns to the plot and a lot of shady characters in this one. The main character is Kate, whose twin sister was murdered a few years prior and Kate was the only witness. The man they convicted of the crime has been released from prison on a technicality and Kate must return from witness protection to testify again. Tony, a Deputy Marshall who supported Kate during the original trial is planning to protect her again.
I enjoyed this book which was provided to me by Bethany House in exchange for an honest review. That being said, I would have bought and enjoyed this book anyway if I wasn’t reviewing it. I will always follow Nancy Mehl’s work. This is the kind of story I enjoy.