>Deep Cover Review! You Need to Read!

>The “You Need to Read” part was Tonya’s recommendation, not mine! LOL

Undercover extraterrestrial Butch Markham is hanging out until the mother ship comes back. Trouble is while he’s waiting he has to guard the inimitable Claire Simonson. Good thing, too, because after two attempts on her life, it’s abundantly clear this is a serious-ass ET with plans for her–and it ain’t a week in Bermuda.

From Claire’s point of view, Butch is a handsome, hunky, annoying pain in the butt. He knows it, and doesn’t care. He’s taking over her life–no more working, no going out–just him right next to her every minute. Frankly, it’s getting hard to tell which is worse: the possibility that the killer will finally get to her or that Butch will.

I have read books in the past by Moira Reid, being a fan of hers; I have an idea of how her writing should be. Let me just say she didn’t fail to please me yet again. The suspense was strong throughout the entire book. The author is great at throwing unique twists in there to keep readers guessing. Just when you think you have an idea of what is going to happen, she throws on of those twists your way and leaves you determined to keep reading to find out more. The characters are both strong and unique. They compliment each other only the way romance characters can and should. Most authors have a hard time with writing a story that flows, but Ms. Reid’s story was easy to read, to understand and to keep up with the details. It’s a great story most romantic suspense fans will enjoy.

Thanks, Tonya!


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