Tuesday, January 12, 2010

VEIL OF DECEPTION by Candace Morehouse & Michael Davis

Publisher: Champagne Books
Date published: January 2010
ISBN: 9781926681047
Romantic Suspense
Reviewed by Dawn
Obtained by Author

Something strange is going on in Spenser Lake. People have gone missing, animals are disappearing and mystery surrounds the tranquil place. Kurt Hawkins lived through the nightmare of his wife going missing two years before and as the residents of Spenser Lake worry who is next, he is haunted by not knowing what his beloved wife went through in her final hours. Guilt plagues him as he tries to move on with his life yet it isn’t until he gets to know local author Danielle Gillette, who has her own skeletons to deal with. Secrets exist in Spenser Lake and sometimes the truth is more than either can bear when it all comes out in the end.

is a gut-wrenching story that sucks you in and doesn’t let you go until you have read the very last page. These two talented authors deliver a story full of hidden nuances, twists and turns that keep you going “OH MY GOD!” as you flip the pages to see what happens next for Spenser Lake residents. Michael Davis & Candace Morehouse delve into Spenser Lake with gusto and keep the tension building along as you try to figure out what is going on there with people and animals disappearing over the years. I was glued to the pages and tried to figure out the mystery of Spenser Lake when the authors would flip the script and twist it so you are scrambling to see what and where the story will take you. With some wonderful multi-dimensional characters, mystery and some sexual tension sprinkled within the pages, Mr. Davis & Ms. Morehouse deftly weave a spell around the readers’ as they try to navigate the VEIL OF DECEPTION that covers Spenser Lake and its residents.

If you enjoy a suspenseful romance that keeps you guessing even as you flip the pages, then grab VEIL OF DECEPTION. Both these authors will keep you on your toes, jumping at shadows until the very climatic ending and then you’re eager to read it again. I definitely will be going back and reading this again in the future as it stays with you even after the last page is read. Run, don’t walk, to pick up the latest book from these two talented authors and be prepared to get lost in the mystery of Spenser Lake. I look forward to more collaborations between these two in the future.


1 comment:

Natalie Acres said...

I'll remember Veil of Deception. Sounds like a fantastic book.

Natalie Acres