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Publisher Description

She holds the key to his real identity.



Raquelle is determined to capture the spotlight with her artwork. Life has other plans. After her father’s unexpected death, her only choice is to become a spy. Her need to find answers overrides everything else. A game of deceit leads to a chilling discovery.


Michael battles to gain control of his company. But his father calls all the shots. When the firm comes under investigation for fraud, his father disappears, leaving him in jeopardy. Raquelle is an intriguing distraction. As his world gets stripped away, he uncovers the truth, forcing him to make a decision that could cost him his life.


Betrayal can be born from the deepest love. Break you apart or build you up. But it turns into something either one of them expects. Their lives collide on a course driven by the past.


*Truths is Book 1 of the Art of Eros series followed by Edges. All can be read as a stand-alone.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2019
October 22
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
343
Pages
PUBLISHER
Steel Butterfly Press
SELLER
Kenzie Macallan
SIZE
2.5
MB

Customer Reviews

readeronmaui ,

A sexy murder mystery I did not want to put down

A plot with two engaging characters, both with their share of baggage. A good foundation and background of the characters was great, I loved both of them. They had excellent chemistry and wonderful sexual tension. It was so hard to see the difficulties that Raquelle had to deal with to find the answers to her fathers death. She was put between a rock and a hard spot, a place she did not want to be. The emotional roller coaster kept me turning the pages to the end. This was very well written with an interesting and creative mystery plot. This is a stand alone book, the third of this series. It was well written, and that gave me an idea of the prior books, but I did not have to read those to follow along. It was clear the other two sisters had their stories, which I am looking forward to going back and read them as soon as I can. I received this book for free and voluntarily reviewed.

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