Friday, November 20, 2020

Review & Giveaway: Fatal Deception by April Hunt


Fatal Deception (Steele Opps #3) by April Hunt
Publication Date: November 10th 2020 by Forever
Pages: 368
Source: Publisher
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My Thoughts:
I had a lot of fun with this story! Steamy, fast-paced with a lot of action and a bit of mystery.

Both Isabel and Roman were immersed in their job, and so each didn’t spend much time looking for love. Being thrown together when a band of thieves steal a deadly virus from Isabel’s lab, they feel an instant attraction. Roman was kind of a broody jerk when they first meet, but Isabel is a feisty character giving as good as she got and so there was a bit of sparring. However, they get physical pretty quick, which I think fit well with the intense circumstances they were in. Each have some past baggage to get through to find their HEA. Roman stems from the event that took his leg in an operation gone wrong, and Isabel’s from a past relationship that ended in tragedy.  

Their personal issues must take a backseat as they work to retrieve the dangerous virus which is now in the hands of a deranged group bent on making a deadly statement. All the danger and action kept me glued to the pages to see how it all turned out!

Fatal Deception is the third book in the Steele Ops series, and the first two couples feature as characters in play in this installment.  So it would’ve been nice to have read from the start for that reason, but I didn’t feel like I missed important information by reading Fatal Deception first.

4 Stars


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10 comments:

  1. I love these pulse-pounding types and it sounds like they had a good balance.

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  2. Sounds like I need to check out one of Hunt's Steele Ops books. :)

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  3. sounds great. a virus story is so fitting right now. :-) the more action, the better
    sherry @ fundinmental

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  4. I really enjoyed this one for the support group of people. It was interesting to have a story with a virus being used. Wonderful review! I'm glad you enjoyed it too

    Anne - Books of My Heart

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  5. I want to read this series. I love romantic suspense plots

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  6. I’ve read #1 and this win will prompt me to get #2.

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  7. This book sounds like it has a number of elements I like in a story.

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