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Friday, May 11

Review: Disappear by Mary Martinez

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Title: Disappear

By: Mary Martinez

Genre: Adult Suspense Novel

Published: Canyonland Press (March 2nd, 2012)

My Copy: Ebook provided for Blog Tour

BookWhisperer Rating:

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About the Book:

After two years undercover as an FBI agent to infiltrate a crime organization and discover the identity of a hit man, Tyler Beckett’s cover is blown. Tyler’s new assignment is to protect the only witness who can identify the mysterious killer. If only he didn’t find her so attractive. Each day it becomes harder to keep his objective, especially since he knows the interest is mutual.
Keira Cavanaugh is the only witness to a hit ordered by a crime boss. The safe house is compromised and the same hit man shoots Tyler. Fearing Tyler is dead, Keira plans revenge on the crime organization. She must fake her own suicide in order to survive.
When Tyler discovers what Keira plans, he realizes he must stop her before he loses her for good.

Reviews PlateDisappear is an adult suspense romance, about a young woman that witnesses a murder by a local crime boss. When it is discovered that the undercover FBI agent has an uncanny similar look to that of the crime boss he is reassigned as protection for the sole witness. The only problem with this development is the instantaneous attraction between the agent and witness.  As the relationship and bond grows, so does the danger when their hidden location is discovered by none other than the mob. This was an immediate romance, but the story was lacking the emotion that I have come to love in a heart stopping romance. This is an entertaining and thrilling story, but it was no everything that I had hoped it would be. For readers more directed toward the suspense end of the novel this is a great book for you. Romance lovers will crave a bit more emotion and detail for the building of such an intense love story.

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1 comment:

Jake said...

This one will catch your attention from opening page. Glad you chose to review on your site.