The Certainty of Deception Book Review

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..when I left the story from the first book in this series, I had lived that romance with them, every word I hung from. Wrought with heartache I was trepidatious but excited all at the same time to begin The Certainty of Deception….afraid that the author enjoyed the act of toying with the readers’ emotions, that maybe it was her intent to cost me tears.

..still, I begun to read this tale of Drew and McKenzie – as if they were characters in my life, once I started I only by force was taken from the story, and by force I mean that whole responsibility of adulthood issue that we all share..

Drew, the temperamental, passionate and respectful attorney (the description seems contrary). McKenzie, sensitive, wounded but strong enough to make the decision that’s best for everyone – or so she thought. A classic tale of the best of intentions getting in the way of what is right, and the thing that everyone else knows is right. I loved every bit, every word. The author is able to capture the characteristics and nuances of her characters without over explaining them. I felt myself relating to McKenzie’s strength and feeling for her in her heartache. This is more than some movies have been able to do for me. I found myself anxious for the continuation of the storyline and can’t wait for the subsequent book I’ve heard whispers of šŸ™‚

Excellent read, I recommend – and can’t wait for the sequel.

Check out my review of the first book in the series by Jeanne McDonald.


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