Perception and Deception Review
Perception and Deception
Special Agent Publishing House
September 30, 2016
Fiction - Crime - Mystery - Action
Felix is an agent for the Real-Life Immersion Program (RLIP), in other words the backup program for the FBI. Her mission: to find and protect a man whose parents left blueprints of weaponry that would be detrimental to the nation if put in the wrong hands. So, with the help of her team, she goes undercover in the small town of Toselville, Vermont.
Then she meets Ashton and the connection between them is unmistakable. Fearful of putting her new found love in danger, she struggles to decide what to do. Will this end up being her final assignment, or will she continue to live in solitude for the organization?
Get ready to fall in love with Felix, Ashton, Wolf, and Juro in Andrea Hintz’s Perception and Deception: A Spy Series. From the first sentence the reader is invited into the characters’ domain and becomes a part of the action, adventure, and mystery. Toss in a slow burn romance and one craves a prolongation.
Not to mention the lack of profanity, sexual content, as well as spelling nor grammatical errors and the competence behind Andrea’s writing is undoubtable. A rating of 5 out of 5 stars is the least this book merits.
Please keep in mind, this is a spy novel, so there are some activities that could cause distress. If the following may aggravate you, read with caution: deceit, hand to hand combat, gun violence, physical threats (ex: knife to throat), sabotage, poisoning, robbery (including house break in), vandalism, and bullying.
All in all, a mesmerizing start to the Perception and Deception Series that you do not want to conclude. Luckily the next book has already been released, so look for the second book’s review to come soon.
Thank you to #VoraciousReadersOnly, #PerceptionandDeception, #SpecialAgentPublishingHouse, and #AndreaHintz for the opportunity to read this book and give my honest review.