When I started Deceit I did not know much about the book except for who the author were and being a fan of them I was immediately intrigued by there newest read. I was glad that I went into this book blind because I found that I enjoyed it so much more not knowing what was going to happen.
Kace was a really interesting character that was a mystery for a lot of the story. I enjoyed finding out more about him to find out how he became the person that he was. He was very intriguing character that was the ultimate alpha male. He does whatever is necessary to protect people and is someone trained to kill. These aspects of him are two of the main things that had me fascinated to find out more about him.
Lily had a heart of gold, which was evident with the volunteer work that she does in her spare time. She was fascinated with her mysterious neighbour that lived next door and I enjoyed the way that she tried to find out more information about him. I really enjoyed Lily and she had me laughing many times throughout the story.
Deceit is about Kace a trained killer that hides in the dark to protect the people who cant protect themselves. He has never had a problem with this until he meets the woman next door. She immediately has him intrigued, which causes her to become a distraction for him. Deceit is about when light meets dark and the way that two people who are attracted to each other try to make it work when they are so different from each other.
Overall, I enjoyed this story a lot and found that I couldn’t put it down once I started it. Deceit is one of them reads where you have to keep reading to find out what is going to happen next and the ending has me desperately waiting for the next book in the series to come out because I cant wait to see what happens next. I really enjoyed the secondary characters and hope to see them make reappearances in the next books in the series.
You’d think I’d be nervous, but instead, a rush of excitement flows through me as I traipse the halls of the hospital in my fake scrubs dressed convincingly as a doctor.I look the part.
I always look the part.
My fake ID badge sits proudly where I want it, allowing me to slip in where I need to be. Flashing my badge to the security guards stationed at the door I walk straight in closing it behind me, just as I knew I would.
I have to do this.
You’d think considering a terrorist attack occurred not so long ago they would be better prepared than this. As long as I look the part, and have the appropriate badge, they’re convinced I am that person.
But I’m not. I’m here for one reason and one reason only, and he’s lying here in this hospital room hooked up to the endlessly beeping machines, pumping oxygen and God knows what else in an inane attempt to keep him alive.
This man is the sole survivor of the attack. I wasn’t able to bring him down then, so my task is to bring him down now.
Sliding the curtain around his bed as I step up to him, the metal rings clink along the railing while my heart races in my chest. Killing is something that comes naturally to me. I’ve done it for so long now it’s ingrained in me.
I can’t count the number of men I’ve taken out—all in the name of the Seven.
When she gets the chance she enjoys the little things in life such as reading, dancing, music, and Facebook, but her world really revolves around the little girl who calls her Mum. It’s an awkward balance between alpha males and Disney princesses, but it works.
Growing up on a small farm next to the beach will always make her a country girl at heart. But since moving away to a small town close to the city, she’s discovered a dangerous love for shopping.
Writing stories has been something that’s come naturally since she was young, and with the massive support of her friends and family, she finally decided to step out of her comfort zone and share them with the world.
She enjoys bringing her books to life with strong female leads, sexy, passionate men and a rollercoaster of twists and turns that lead to the happily ever after that her readers desire.