Deep Deception

  • by Cathy Pegau
  • Narrated by Rachel Green
  • 7 hrs and 48 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Colonial Mining Authority agent Natalia Hallowell doesn't always play by the rules, but she wouldn't compromise a case, either. Put on administrative leave under a cloud of accusation, with no support from her boss, Natalia seeks a little anonymous companionship at her favorite bar. But she's surprised when the woman who catches her fancy starts buying her drinks.
Desperate, Genevieve "Gennie" Caine has no choice but to seduce, drug, and tie Natalia to the bed to get her attention. With the Reyes Corporation after something she has, Gennie needs Natalia to open an investigation and distract them long enough for her to get off Nevarro.
Natalia doesn't trust Gennie - despite the growing attraction between them - but the corporation's suspiciously high profits and abnormal business dealings convince her that they must be hiding something. She has no idea just how deep the deceptions run....

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Deep Deception is a Suprising Good Story!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

YES! I was surprised at how much I liked the story and the interaction between the two women. And besides being a nice lesbian romance story it's a good science fiction/mystery action thriller that is like a hard roller coaster ride with twist you don't see coming.


What did you like best about this story?

First that it wasn't predictable, it had nice twist to it that kept surprising you. Second it was a lovely romance story between a cop done wrong by the system trying to get her life back on track and back to being a cop and a women with a shady past that was trying to make some of the black marks against her go away because not all of them were her doing and she had other now to think off. Even though they are both women you can see how they must depend on one another but how also they both fall for the other one with out ever trusting them fully.


Which character – as performed by Rachel Green – was your favorite?

The cop, She was tough but tender, kind of a marshmallow inside. I liked how the story let us into her head and let us know what she was thinking and feeling. The fact she couldn't figure out why her boss was out to get her, just the whole POV from her eyes was nice.


If you could take any character from Deep Deception out to dinner, who would it be and why?

The Cop and it's because I liked they way her mind worked. Her honor, and her honesty. I would love to go out for pizza and a beer with her and just talk about her world and how it works, why she became a cop. Just everything about the world she lived in and her.


Any additional comments?

This surprised me at how good it was and how much fun it was to listen too. They have good deal if you buy the book first the audio. So my advice is to do it that way because it's cheaper and you have both to listen and read.

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- zenabuff "I have MS and LD and make spelling and grammar mistakes, please forgive the handicap."

Not Great

I managed to get to the end of this book with minimal interruptions for lame, uninteresting pages of bad plot and weak prose. Although I have to admit that if it weren't for the lesbian theme there is no way I'd have stuck with it.
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- Me & My Girls "The wisdom is reaching far beyond what we see. Delight in the journey"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-27-2013
  • Publisher: Carina Press