Dangerous Deception

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Two years ago her world was turned upside down…

Sage Miller’s life changed irrevocably with one violent act. Longing for anonymity, she relocated to the coast of North Carolina. Just when her life is settling down, a sexy man from her past shows up and wants to pick up where their explosive relationship left off. And this time, he’s the one calling the shots.

This time he’s not letting her go…

Former Navy SEAL Trent Takoda spent an intense week with the sexiest woman he’d ever met—before she disappeared in the dead of night. Now that he’s found her again, he’s not letting go. When a vicious stalker with ties to her past tracks her down, all bets are off. With a deadly enemy hunting her, Trent will do anything to protect her and prove they belong together.

My Review: DANGEROUS DECEPTION is a re-release contemporary, adult, romantic suspense novella by Katie Reus written as Savannah Stuart. This is former Navy SEAL Trent Takoda, and Sage Miller’s storyline. Even though this was a re-release it was new to me. This book was super flammable. The story line between Trent and Sage was very compelling.

Two years ago Sage world was turned upside down by tragedy. Several years later when she thought she finally got her life back on track. Ominous things started to occur, who can Sage trust when all the people she knew were dead. Then one day when she needed help the most Trent reappeared. With the help of a former Navy Seal can they track down the vicious stalker or will the stalker claim Sage as his price?

What I really enjoyed about Dangerous Deception was how easily the story flowed. I am not a big mystery book reader. However, with Dangerous Deception I got into the romance and mystery of the story. The only downside to this book was that it was to short which could have been longer. But other than that Dangerous Deception was a pretty good read.

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