⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4 out of 5
SAC Agent Amanda Rhinehold has taken a new position in the company, but not because she wanted to, because she was forced to after an error in judgement. Now she’s on desk duty and planning for the changes in her life. When trouble finds her from a past case, she has to go back to Texas and come face to face with the people she put in danger. She has a secret that she’s been keeping too and now it will be out in the open.
Adam O’Connor has another new partner and is still working a large case. When his past comes back to Texas with danger on her heals, he will have to convince his previous SAC that he’s ready for a relationship and helping her.
I enjoyed this story, and the characters are always enjoyable to read. The story is full of action, secrets, danger and great characters. Adam and Amanda both have baggage, and they need to figure out a way to put their pasts behind them and move on and make a life together to protect the innocent. I give this story 4-star review. I have to find time to go back and read the stories earlier in the series.
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Thanks to Sassy Redhead Book Reviews for this wonderful review of Secrets, Lies & Alibis!
I’m so happy you enjoyed the story- thank you!
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A great review of Jacquie’s book. I liked Amanda and Adam when I met them in a previous book in this series.
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