Sunday, November 29, 2015

Trust By Becca Lee

Where does the truth begin and the deception end?
Title: Trust
Author: Becca Lee
Genre: Romantic Suspense with a Hint of Sexy Mafia Men!
Release Date: Expected August 2015
Editor: Hot Tree Editing
Cover Artist: Louisa @ LM Creations
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To be abandoned is one thing. To have your heart ripped out while you are left broken on the cold, tiled floor is another. 

Jessie is no stranger to loss, but when trust is broken and leaves a gaping hole of uncertainty, she no longer knows where deception ends and the truth begins. Caught up in a web of lies, Jessie needs to find out who she can trust, and fast.

When she is faced with an uncertain future and discovers she may not be who she thinks she is, never before has trust been more important.
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*~*~*~*~*~*Mariela's Review*~*~*~*~*~* This book is a great read. Especially when the heart aches and seeks for love. I enjoyed watching Jessie and Luca's story unfold. Even when life turns bitter something sweet can be found. I loved the twist and turns this story took. Every time I think I had a handle on what was going on and new twist came along. Keeping me on my feet and adding more mystery to Jessie's life. But what made this story great was that she was able to connect with her soul mate regardless of the obstacle that had been thrown their way. Life isn't always easy but having someone you trust by your side can make it a bit smoother. The writer did a great job with the words and the flow is the storyline. She also leaves you wanting more, but enough to allow the imagination to flow.

Spending the last few years near the Queensland coast, Becca is rarely out of the sea or off the beach. Dragging her long board with her and her overworked Kindle Fire, Becca enjoys her three addictions: reading, surfing and ogling surfers, one of whom is her husband of ten years. 

She can still be found regularly on the beach with her family. Becca tends to leave the surfing to her boys; she's far too busy immersed in her own writing or, of course, with her head still buried in a new read.