Monday, May 10, 2010

NEW REVIEW: Candice Poarch - Island of Deceit

Island of DeceitCandice Poarch -
Island of Deceit -
Available June 1, 2010 -
4 out of 5 books -

Barbara Turner is on a mission. She has followed a group of hustlers to Paradise Island. They stole money from her grandmother, and she is convinced they had something to do with her death. Barbara is determined to help the other elderly people that this group has swindled. However, there is one obstacle that stands in her way: Sheriff Harper Porterfield. Since Barbara has come to the island, Harper has been in hot pursuit of her. He is a mature divorcee that is ready to settle down. Barbara is very attracted to Harper, but she is afraid that he may not approve of her plan to get the money back. In this case, chemistry prevails and the two become an item. When a series of misfortunate events occur on the island and to Barbara, Harper realizes that Barbara is hiding something.

Island of Deceit is a good read by Candice Poarch. The plot is very mysterious and suspenseful. Poarch does a good job of introducing new characters and giving updates on the characters that were introduced in the previous Golden Bowl stories. There are some times when the plot lags due to the details that are given. However, Poarch compensates for this by giving such an intriguing ending.

Reviewed by Tenecia for Urban Reviews

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