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Perception and Deception II Review

Perception and Deception II

Special Agent Publishing House

March 11, 2019

Fiction - Crime - Mystery - Action


Faith Evans (previously known by her codename, Felix), has chosen Ashton over her career with RLIP. Although she loved working for her parents’ organization as an agent, she is ready to hang up her gun and badge for a chance at a normal life.

However, a normal life is not ready for her. Kidnapped by an escapee, and framed to be helping said escapee, Faith wonders if she will be able to figure out how to get out of this one. When she is injected with a serum that causes her to lose her memory, all seems lost. Will Ashton be able to find her, clear her name, and bring her memory back?

Yet again Andrea Hintz wraps her readers in a flurry of adventure with Perception and Deception II: A Spy Series. By putting Faith in trouble, Andrea’s readers are able to get to know Ashton, Juro, and Wolf on a deeper level, enticing the pages to keep turning. Include an absence of profanity, sexual content, as well as spelling nor grammatical errors and a perfect rating of 5 out of 5 stars is easily achieved.

Given this is still a spy series, there are going to be actions that may cause distress. Please read with caution if any of these may be an issue for you: memory loss, homelessness, being framed, kidnapping, alcohol consumption, deceit, hand to hand combat, gun violence, and robbery.

All things considered, Perception and Deception II brings a new aspect to the characters you cannot help but love. As the third book has already been released, and this reader is dying to know what happens next, expect another review to be out quickly.

Thank you to #PerceptionandDeceptionII, #SpecialAgentPublishingHouse, and #AndreaHintz for the opportunity to read this book and give my honest review.

Review of the first book in this series, Perception and Deception, can be found at:


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