Monday, July 11, 2016

Deception Island

Deception Island by Brynn Kelly

A stolen boy
A haunted soldier
A cornered con woman…

Rafe Angelito thought he was done with the demons from his past—until his son is kidnapped. Blackmailed into abducting an American heiress, the legionnaire soon finds himself trapped in paradise with a fiery, daring beauty who’s nothing he expects…and everything he desires. But when he uncovers her own dark secret, Rafe realizes he’s made a critical mistake—one that could cost him everything.

Playing body double for a spoiled socialite was supposed to be Holly Ryan’s ticket to freedom. But when she’s snatched off her yacht by a tall, dark and dangerous stranger, the not-quite-reformed con artist will make a desperate play to turn her captor from enemy to ally, by any means necessary.

Yet as scorching days melt into sultry nights, Holly is drawn to the mysterious capitaine, with his unexpected sense of honor and his searing touch. When they’re double-crossed, they’ll have to risk trusting each other in ways they never imagined…because in this deadly game of deception, it’s their lives—and hearts—on the line.

5.0 out of 5 stars fresh plot lineJuly 11, 2016
This review is from: Deception Island (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book in exchange for an honest review*
WOW. This book blew me away. I loved the suspense, the plot, the romance, all of it. The characters are dark and damaged yet so likable. I loved every page of this story. Do you trust him, or not? Is he a good guy, or not? Will he save her?
Every word of this book is fantastic. I loved the whole thing. It was different than your average romantic suspense. You have a fresh plot line, a bad guy who's not a bad boy, but has his own demons and a woman trying to evade her past and move on with her life, who gets trapped in a case of mistaken identity. This is on my list of the best of 2016 so far!
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