Confidentiality (Scope of Practice Book 2) by Jessica Aiken-Hall – Review by Angela Shirley

Confidentiality (Scope of Practice Book 2)Confidentiality by Jessica Aiken-Hall
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Everything is going for Valerie at last but when there is a serial killer in the mix, can Valerie and Tim find out who it is in time.

Valerie is finally settled and not isolated anymore she has a loving fiance, family and friends and Valerie and Tim are doing well, planning for the up and coming wedding when Tim gets involved in investigating the tragic murders which are happening within Lawerenceville.

As Val gets more involved within her group she can’t lose the feeling that there is a connection with the murders that no one else seems to know or wants to believe, its upto Val to try and uncover who this person is and when you have secrets and lies well hidden can you help.

I loved the first book in this series and I was excited to see the relationship between Tim and Val progress and grow and it was brilliant the banter that these two characters have is a joy to read. I love the way Jessica Aiken-Hall writes about the gritty subjects with the consideration of the victim and showing this side of society. The story flowed and with twists and turn unraveling the brilliant story it was a page turner.

I feel you don’t have to read the first book to follow or appreciate the story but I think it is best if you have as you then have a better insight into the wonderful character of Valerie. I definitely recommend you read this book and get caught up in the thrilling story.

Reviewed by Angela Shirley

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