Covert Identities by Amabel Daniels – Review by Angela Hayes.

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Covert Identities is a superb enemies to lovers and second chance story by Amabel Daniels. Ms. Daniels has a real talent for creating addictively good storylines, and this one is no exception. This story was intriguing and engrossing, it had mystery, drama, romance, some suspense, and there was a lot more to the story than meets the eye. It was so easy to lose myself (in a great way) in this story, tearing through it in a matter of hours, because I really had to know what would happen. The subtle complexities in the storyline seemed effortless, but are a true testament to Ms. Daniels talents as an author.
A celebrity dancer, her childhood nemesis, a hunky contractor, her best friend, human remains, an ex-police dog, an intriguing diary, and a dilapidated mansion are just some of the elements that come together in this superb read. How does it all play out? You really should read all the riveting details for yourself. I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.
There is a lot going on in the story, all of which is brilliantly choreographed by Ms. Daniels into a smooth and very enjoyable read. The story was a little bit slow to get going, but after a couple of chapters, the story really took off and I was hooked right through to the last word.
Ms. Daniels kept me guessing the whole way through. There were several scenarios that passed through my mind, making me wonder where the story would end up. I loved how Ms. Daniels twisted and turned the story, sprinkling surprises and unexpected details into the story.
I am really looking forward to reading the next book/s from Ms. Daniels.

Thank you, Ms. Daniels!

Reviewed by @angelahayes

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