Women’s Fiction for Review: Deception by S. Carman Knight

Chelsea Campbell’s life has come undone. Routine and order have been replaced with break-ins and bludgeonings and triggered house alarms. And now a shadowy figure lurks in her bedroom, ready to do her harm. The police aren’t much help. No clues, they tell her. So, what’s a girl to do?

Chelsea calls the one person she can count on – long time family friend, Dallas Quinn. Oh, Chelsea! Maybe not a good idea. Dallas Quinn has played his feelings close to the chest for years. And promises to keep Chelsea safe not withstanding, Dallas could be the biggest danger yet.

Still, the two work side by side to unravel the mystery that has upended Chelsea’s life and when the mystery is solved, they must unravel their feelings for each other.

Deception, a contemporary romance, weaves elements of suspense and mystery into a surprising but satisfying story of love.

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