Monday, November 17, 2014

Deceived by Kathi Oram Peterson + $25 and Book Giveaway!

A storm rages outside the unassuming Los Angeles house, while within, something sinister lurks. A murderer stalks his victim, unaware of a witness to the horrific crime: awakened from a deep, drug-induced slumber, Tara Kelly hears voices in the next room. Struggling to focus through her sleep medication, the young woman helplessly observes her aunt's murder. Now she's a loose end the killer cannot ignore . . .

A family friend helps Tara as she does the only thing she can: disappear. Fleeing to the security of a remote Idaho ranch, Tara finds herself under the guard of handsome rancher Joseph White Eagle. Her unwitting protector takes his role seriously, going as far as claiming that Tara is his fiancée. But even as their relationship deepens, Joseph struggles to see past Tara's similarities to his late wife. When a series of accidents threatens Tara's life, it becomes clear that her attempt to out run danger has been in vain. The killer will stop at nothing to find her, and Joseph will do anything to protect her even if it means unraveling secrets that will have devastating consequences for them both.

I was super excited to sign on for this blog tour with Covenant Communications.  Kathi Oram Peterson is one of my favorite LDS fiction writers.  She really knows how to capture light suspense and romance together in the perfect way for me.  I am a bit of a chicken so light suspense is about all I can handle!

This book kept me interested and engaged from beginning to end.  I enjoyed the mixture of Native American and Irish customs thrown in that added a bit of extra flavor.  The plot is nothing new or mind blowing but a good story is a good story.  The characters were developed and felt real to me.  I loved the ranch setting and a handsome cowboy is always a great perk.  :)  Joseph is a protector and I loved that most about him.

Another thing that I love is that this book is clean.  No swearing or sexual situations.  I knew that going into this because I've read this author before and because it is LDS fiction.  This book does talk about God and has religious elements to it.

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