Covert Identities by Amabel Daniels – Review by Anna Hirsch

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Covert Identities by Amabel Daniels
4 Stars

The thing I loved about this book was that it wasn’t only a love story. It also had a mystery for the main characters to unravel. Amy Perry is a famous dancer who has travelled the world. Leaving behind a crazy ex and a nasty divorce, she goes home to fix the house she inherited, to make herself a home. Little does she know, her step father has hired her childhood nemesis as her contractor. Faced with dealing with him again, Amy realizes that he has grown up to be a man. He is sexy, gorgeous and turns out he’s a gentleman too.

Sean Newland is surprised to see Amy. He found her cute back then but now she’s grown to be a beautiful, independent woman. Both have sworn to remain single but with an attraction so strong, will they succumb to their desires? First day on the job and they find a dead body on the premises and her Uncle’s journal full of riddles. Working together to solve the mystery brings them closer each day.

The story was well written with different plots that never overpowered each other but blended perfectly. Amy and Sean didn’t rush to jump into bed rather it was a slow build up that I appreciated. I was always anticipating what would happen next. The mystery of the story was a perfect crescendo until it was fully solved. I think Amabel Daniels did a wonderful job with this book.

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