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Prisoner Of War (Vistaria Has Fallen) (Volume 2) Paperback – November 30, 2017
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Up until this point, she and Carmen had hated each other, even having a very public catfight in the kitchen of the estate mansion. Together they sail their way back to Visteria where they sneak into the Presidential Palace now in the paranoid hands of the leader of the Insurrectos, General Serrano, and his evil Chief of Intelligence, Colonel Zalaya. Quickly discovered, Minnie is captured, and Carmen is able to escape undetected to the attic. While Carmen, tries to figure out how best to help, Minnie is turned over to the feared Colonel Zalaya who looks like he could be Duardo’s twin or even Duardo himself.
This is the 2nd book in the Visteria Has Fallen series by Tracy Cooper-Posey, and since it picks up immediately where book 1 ended it is not a standalone novel. You really need to have read the first in the series to understand what is going on. Once again, the story grabbed me from the very beginning and I wanted to read until I just couldn't any longer. Work got in the way. And here we were at the holidays, too. Darn holidays! It was suspenseful. It continued the story of characters from book 1 in the background while focusing on Minnie and Duardo's story here. It was fun.
This book is recommended for contemporary romance readers that like a thrilling, suspenseful story. Also, the author has peppered the book with interesting little nuggets of information apparently gleaned from her research. Very nice.
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I loved the concepts of the story but found it a little bit slow in places.Read more
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