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I LOVED it!
And now I'm dying.
Cuz I have to wait for the sequel.
Why do my favorite authors do that to me?
That's why they are my favorites, they leave me wanting more whether it's the next in a series or the next stand alone book to be released.
Back to the review.
Andrea, Andrea, Andrea. Man. That was so so so good. I'm sorry I've waited this long to read it.
I do not like to do spoilers, so I won't, but I have to say, I did not see that [ending] coming. I was sure it would go one direction, then I was clueless. Who was the good guy? Who was the bad? I'm not telling but it surprised me.
I can't even tell you who I was rooting for because then you'd know it was the other one because I was completely taken by surprise.
I LOVE it when books do that to me. I read so much that a lot of the times, even though I end up loving the book and even though others were surprised by the ending, I can usually predict within the first couple of chapters who is going to be the bad guy. Andrea, thank you for keeping it a secret for most of the book who was going to be the bad guy. It kept me twisting back and forth, saying I bet it's him, no wait, I kind of like him more, oh, Adam or Carter, who is it???
Awesome writing, not too fluffy, not too heavy, great suspense, who knows who done it cuz I sure didn't, and an ending that leaves you salivating for the next book (coming out soon I hear), what more could you ask?
5 stars from me Andrea! You did awesome! Thank you for that fun ride!
The new Deadly Deception
***** 5 STARS *****
I LOVE ANNE!!! I love how she was manipulated and forced into this thing with Carter but she seen through the lies and games and realized what was going on before it was too late.
Then there is Adam... oh Adam. Willing to put his life on the line for Anne, quite literally by getting shot, and still not giving up. That is love! He never lost faith in Anne and knew that she would find her way back to him.
With Carter i can see both sides of him. His love for Anne but also the need for more power, more control. Having to many things going at once, i think, will be the downfall for Carter. You can only juggle so many things at once before they start to fall. In some ways i wish there was a back story for Carter, to let us into his past and see what set him on the path he has chosen.
When old loves haunt your life and memories of past eat at your soul, sometimes they can come back and get you. Anne learns this the hard way.
How do you decipher a web of lies? Choose between the man you loved and thought you lost and the man you currently love?
Anneliese must untangle deceit, fight her demons of the past, heal her wounds, and discover where her heart lies and heal herself.
This book has suspense, danger, mystery, drugs, love, and sex. It's like a really good movie for your imagination.
( only thing I didn't like was that there was bad editing in spots)
The descriptive language is another huge plus. The author does a fantastic job developing beautiful imagery throughout the story. I feel as though I'm there. Great read and looking forward to her next story!