Friday, January 6, 2017

Bookshelf Friday - Concealed Identity by Jessica Patch

Christmas Break is officially ending at the Tuttle household. I've been especially quiet over here as I've been hanging out with my family and taking a bit of a social media break. Or at least a pause:) Which has also allowed me to do some reading! I'm excited today to share Jessica Patch's newest LIS. Here's a blurb and we'll chat on the other side.

After Holt McKnight's criminal informant disappears, the DEA agent must go undercover to get close to the missing man's sister, who may know more than she's letting on. But when Blair Sullivan's attacked, it's up to him to protect her—without blowing his cover. Blair isn't sure she can trust her new neighbor, Holt. After all, the last charming and handsome man she fell for was her late husband, and he turned out to be the brother of a ruthless drug lord. Yet when it's clear the target on her back is somehow linked to her past, she has no choice but to accept Holt's protection. Even if getting close is the last thing her scarred heart can handle.

With her strong leads that match each other so well, the twists you never see coming, and those little bits of humor that perfectly balance the suspense, Patch is an author whose books I cannot wait to read. Concealed Identity gives us another story filled with everything you've come to expect from her books. The plot moves quickly and intricately even within the shorter length LIS tend to be. Patch connects you well to her characters and the setting, bringing you directly into the story within the first pages. And even though conflict comes up, it's always resolved into a very happily (and believable) ever after.

Looking forward to the next of her books--which should be here yet this year! For now you can purchase Concealed Identity here :) Happy reading, Friends!

***I received a complimentary copy from the author in exchange for my honest review.***