Dangerous Secrets

I’m not really a fan of thriller and suspense, but I was rather intrigued when I spotted this book available for request in Netgalley. So I requested it and as I flipped through the book, I found that thrillers and not so bad after all, especially when romance is involved in it.

Dangerous Secrets is a fast-paced book and gets my adrenaline all pumped up. This book is a perfect read during stormy weather, and I highly recommend this book to those who love fast-paced books with strong storyline and plot.

Thumbs up for Dangerous Secrets, and I give this book a 4 stars out of 5 stars. I thought the cover did not do enough justice to the book.

From the back of the book:

Isabelle Ballantine has been fighting for independence since she was old enough to walk. Now that she’s finally out from under her father’s shadow, she won’t let anyone stand in her way. It’s tough living on her own, working in a bar and keeping her true identity a secret, but things start to look up when a sexy new stranger walks into her life. After working side by side for weeks, Izzy can’t figure out why he won’t make a move…

To cinch the deal of a lifetime, Adam Marcellus agrees to help Izzy’s eccentric father convince his daughter to move home. He’d assumed Izzy would be another spoiled rich princess, but he’s surprised to discover his feelings for her are stronger than anything he’s ever experienced. When a deranged stalker targets her, Adam finds himself fighting not only an unknown threat-but an unexpected attraction to the one woman he can’t have…

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