Deception – Lillian Duncan – a review


Twins are supposed to have an unbreakable bond, but Patti and Jamie have serious relationship issues. They haven’t spoken since Jamie ruined Patti’s upcoming nuptials years ago. When a niece she knows nothing about telephones, Patti must unravel the yarn of Jamie’s life and her mysterious disappearance. Detective Carter Caldwell takes his job seriously, and it’s his job to keep Patti and her niece safe. But Patti is determined to help find her sister. As the investigation grows more dangerous, Carter begrudgingly admits the safest place for Patti is at his side. Each step in their journey leads them closer to the truth but pulls them further down a road filled with danger and deception, where each will battle for survival and the lives of countless Americans.


My Review.


i love reading about twins…they have a close bond that most of us have never experienced.  Jamie and Patti are identical twins, which makes them even more unique.  From the very first scene where a phone call introduces an unheard of niece to Patti – right to the epilogue, Lillian drew me into the novel of suspense and intrigue. The imagery she uses as Patti slips into heart stopping situations puts the reader right there.

Patti is a strong individual (and sad to say, I can see myself in this character at times) pushing her way forward. Strong as she is, she is also loveable, believable and vulnerable as she cares for her sister daughter, and searhes for the truth. It is through Patti’s thoughts that we learn of their past history. Carter is also a strong in his convictions, and in his calling, but love bends his path. Together Patti and Carter face a world of unknowns, keeping Sabrina and those around them safe.

I found it extremely difficult to leave this novel to go do things I needed to do, and finished this in one day. Superbly well done, and I will be reading more of her novels and recommending them to you and all other friends. I give this novel 5 stars out of 5.


i received this ebook free from Lillian Duncan. Thank you. These opinions expressed are mine alone.


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