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So Nick and Faith’s story continues to build along with all the mystery and suspense in this second book in the White Lies Duet. The suspense is two-fold.. from constantly expecting Nick’s secrets and lies to be found out and guessing who exactly is behind the murders, what’s their agenda.. and who or what’s next. Then it adds another layer or three on top as Faith and Nick’s relationship grows deeper and stronger, her Artistic career starts to take off which brings back Faith’s overfriendly agent, as well as a person she’d rather not see from her past and her estranged Uncle is lurking in the wings to either rebuild bridges.. or to destroy them only time will tell.
Meanwhile Nick’s fallen hard and goes out of his way to merge his and Faith’s lives together, protect her from the threats and encourage her in her new career.. but the sharing of his secrets and coming clean about his lies was, predictably, left too late. Because Pandora opened the box, the cat was let out of the bag.. and the poop hit the fan - and poor obsessed and devastated Nick only had himself to blame. The sexy arrogant badass alpha said he’d fight to keep Faith by his side and safe.. and that’s exactly what this tireless hero had to do.. as well as walk through flames to save her. Nick set off to catch a killer, unravel a mystery and walk away a happy man without getting burned.. guess he achieved MOST of those objectives.
A very enjoyable dual POV conclusion with just the right balance of passion/sex, mystery, suspense, drama and relationship building.. however I did think the reveal at the end was a little anti-climactic after the long build-up and uh huh moments. These two damaged complex characters taught each other how to open up, how to live, how to love, how to repent and how to forgive. The sizzling chemistry, character-building/development and the blending of two lives was nicely paced and the tarnished sexy hero deserved.. and very much earned the heroine’s love in the end.. and their HEA too.
Worth a credit? This was a excellent Duet to get lost in and each scene was described really well, each chapter was captivating, the story was jointly well narrated, the dialogue flowed easily and the whole Duet, IMO, was definitely worth the two credits.
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Lance Greenfield is great w male voices.
Unfortunately, when we speaks as Faith, she sounds like she has a Brooklyn accent.