Irene Hannon is my favourite author for a reason. She is amazing at weaving suspense, romance, great characters and a solid plot into a fantastic story. This is the third and final book in the Private Justice series and while I enjoyed them all, this one is my favorite.
When Kate spots a boy in the mall that looks exactly like the son she lost, and he uses a word that was unique to him, she goes to the police but doesn't receive any help there because her story doesn't seem believeable. She desperately wants to find the little boy, even if it proves he is not her son and her last resort is the Phoenix Detective Agency. She meets with Conner Sullivan who is ex Secret Service, and he doesn't immediately dismiss her story. The rest... well, you need to read the book.
This is my favourite genre, favourite author, and arguably one of her best books. I highly recommend it!
Deceived is quite a great addition to the Private Justice series. Irene Hannon it's such a talented suspenseful author. The book is action packed, suspenseful and page turning. I love the interaction between Connor and Kate. Great chemistry!
I love this book and highly recommend it. Five stars
Irene Hannon is now one of my favorite authors. Hannon created an amazing story that had me literally unable to put the book down. My favorite quote from the book is: As for coincidences- I like that old saying about them being small miracles in which God chooses to remain anonymous. If you decide to read this book make sure you have plenty of time on your hands, because from the first page you will be hooked! It made me laugh, super nervous, and brought tears to my eyes. This is definitely a book to go on the keeper shelf. Deceived is book number three in the Private Justice Series. I have not read book number one or two, and would love to, but didnt feel like I needed to in order to love this book.
Kate Marshall has been dealt some of the hardest things life can offer. She went from having a wonderful loving husband and son, to them both being gone at the drop of a hat. She received the news no one wants to hear. And although the whole situation seemed weird to her, she had no choice but to try to forget and move on. That is until a fateful moment in the mall. Kate is convinced that the boy she saw was her son, but who will believe her? Kate decides to see what a private investigator thinks of her story. When she meets Connor she can tell he will give her an honest opinion. Where will the investigation take them? Will Kate get reunited with the son shes missed for 3 years?
Connor Sullivan has heard of some strange cases in his day, but Kates story tops the list. Many people have someone that looks similar to them, a so called double. Could this be what Kate saw? What are the chances that the son she thought died in New York would be here in St. Louis? Connor feels immediately drawn to Kate. Will the case get in the way of romance? Will Kate be interested in him if the boy wasnt her son?
This book is a must read if you love Christian Suspense. I am dying to read books one and two knowing that they will be awesome too. I received a copy of this book from Revell and Net Galley in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.