Book Review: Genuine Deceit

Happy first Tuesday of December! Another year is almost on the books. Can you believe it? I’m happy to say that I exceeded my Good Reads challenge for the year. More about that later this month, but today I want to share a review of another new to me author. I love it when a book grabs hold and doesn’t let go and I hope to see more publications by this author.

My Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

The title alone says it all. How can deceit be genuine? Yet Reagan Asher soon learns that everything she held dear is not what it seems.

Upon learning of her grandmother’s brutal murder, Reagan returns to her hometown. Her friend Mattie enlists the help of her brother-in-law Aiden, a former Navy SEAL to look after Reagan while she’s in town.

When a second break-in occurs in her grandmother’s house, Reagan and Aiden set out to discover what the killer was after. The discovery of jewelry, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, lead them across the country in an effort to learn who hid the jewelry and why.

Reagan is torn between her feelings for Aiden and her “boyfriend” who shows up unexpectedly. There are plenty of twists and turns that kept me in suspense until the end.

A great mystery that will keep you turning the pages until the surprising conclusion.

23 thoughts on “Book Review: Genuine Deceit

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  1. Good for you for exceeding your Goodreads challenge. I love looking back at the books I’ve read throughout the year. This one sounds like a good one, Joan, though I’m not a fan of love triangles. Thanks for the recommendation!

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  2. This sounds like a compelling read, Joan. I’ll have to look at my TBR, but I think this book is on it. If not, it soon will be. Thank you for sharing your thoughts, and congrats to Joy on a wonderful review!

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