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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Double Deceit - Book Review

Elaina has started a new life. She's been reunited with her sister, started a new job and found the support of old friends. And just as it seems to be coming together she gets a letter from her dead husband . . .

Double Deceit is a romantic suspense novel that will have you turning the pages till the wee hours. This is author Stephanie Humphreys second book and the girl knows how to set the pace. The story moves along at a good clip. I read it over two days. It's one of those books where the kids keep saying, "Mom, mom," and you hardly hear them (ouch). Laundry goes untouched, dishes pile up, etc. So be prepared before you start, because you won't want to stop.

The story takes place in windy southern Alberta. I can attest that her scenes are accurate having grown up there. In fact it made me a little nostalgic. The country I miss, the wind I do not.

In Elaina you will find a young woman who has suffered loss, but is ready to move on. She meets a cast of supporting characters who are well defined. The plot keeps you guessing right to the end and has quite a twist.

You can purchase Double Deceit on Amazon. And you can visit Author Stephanie Humphrey's Blog and enter the Awesome August Blog Hop contest. Be sure to visit the other sites reviewing Double Deceit listed below:
August 15 - Maria Hoagland
August 16 - Heather Gardner
August 17 - Rachelle Christensen
August 18 - Jane Still
August 19 - Deborah Davis
August 22 - Renae Mackley
August 23 - Cindy Hogan
August 24 - Matthew Tandy
August 25 - Taffy Lovell
August 26 - Kathy Habel
August 29 - Don Carey
August 30 - Teri Rodeman
August 31 - Cathy Witbeck
Sept. 1 - Shelly Seele
Sept. 2 - Tristi Pinkston


7 comments:

Donna K. Weaver said...

I've got it on my to read list. Now all I need is more time.

Vivien said...

Thanks for your honest review :)

Vivien
deadtossedwaves at gmail dot com

Stacy Henrie said...

Love the cover - sound intriguing!

Stacy Henrie said...

Oops - I meant "sounds" intriguing. :)

SHELLY said...

Great review,I totally agree.

Stephanie Humphreys said...

Thanks Cathy!

Elizabeth Morgan said...

I love the review. Sounds like an awesome book.

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