ARC Review of “Vistaria Has Fallen”, by Tracy Cooper-Posey @TracyCP

Wow! Great story!

Vistaria is a Latin country that is in turmoil and on the brink of a rebellion take over. Calli goes to Vistaria after a phone from her Uncle Joshua, who lives there running a silver mine.  He called to ask Calli to come to Vistaria to help with is daughter, Millie, Calli’s younger cousin. Calli finds trouble shortly after she lands in Vistaria and has no idea how she will get out of it.

This story is full suspense, action, and twists that will keep you wondering what will happen next, as well as who can be trusted. The characters are well rounded and very likable. The men are strong but show vulnerability as well. They love their country and want the best for it. They are also very passionate about the women they love. Calli is a woman who has issues from a past relationship, but learns that she is stronger than she thought, and her strength can help her as much as hurt her.

I loved this book and give it 5 stars. I hated for the book to end. I want more of Nick and Calli, and there were some other questions that need answering at the end of the story. If you like a love story with some action and suspense,  and a strong hero and heroine, then Vistaria Has Fallen is a good book to read. The love story between the characters in this story will make you happy as well as want to cry at times.

I look forward to reading more of this series in the future. I want to know what happens now.

Tracy you did a great job with this book and the wait will be hard, but I know it will be worth it for the next book to come out.

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