Feb 282013
 

Hott Synopsis

Old age ain’t for sissies!

Vic Deveaux’s glory days as a winning jockey have ended, but he refuses to accept that pile of horse hockey!

When the West family asks Vic to take an easier position at their Thoroughbred farm, Westwood, he becomes enraged and teams up with two greedy stable hands in a scheme to kidnap the youngest son, Shane.

Things turn ugly when Vic discovers that his new-found friends have murder on their minds. Suddenly Vic finds himself between a rock and a hard place. He has betrayed his good friend, Eric West, but will he participate in his son’s murder as well?

Not content to sit at home and wait for her men to bring her brother home, Kate West convinces homicide detective, Carl Lugowski, to check out a hunch at an old abandoned mansion. Soon they’re trapped in a hornet’s nest of a notorious biker gang.

Oh yeah, Vic’s deception has placed the West family in more danger than they know what to do with!

Hott Review

This really was an enjoyable read. I loved the characters and the interaction but I think what I loved the most was Ms. McDonald’s personality. There is just something about her writing that makes yo feel like you’re part of the action.

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Author: Cindy McDonald
Source: Partners in Crime Virtual Book Tours
Grade: B+
Steam: Adult – it’s not too steamy but there is some language to watch out for.
Series: The Unbridled Series…

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For twenty-six years my life whirled around a song and a dance: I was a professional dancer/ choreographer for most of my adult life and never gave much thought to a writing career until 2005. Don’t ask me what happened, but suddenly I felt drawn to my computer to write about things I have experienced (greatly exaggerated upon of course) with my husband’s Thoroughbreds and the happenings at the racetrack.

Surprised? Why didn’t I write about my experiences with dance? Eh, believe it or not life at the racetrack is more…racy. The drama is outrageous—not that dancers don’t know how to create drama, believe me, they do but race trackers just seem to get more down and dirty with it which makes great story telling—great fiction.

Cindy’s networks: www.cindymcwriter.com or twitter facebook GoodReads

 

Thank you to Cindy McDonald and Partners in Crime Virtual Book Tours for generously offering this book for review.

As always, I really enjoyed being a part of your tour.

 

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  3 Responses to “Review: Dangerous Deception”

  1. There is nothing better than to be transported into a story line, at least in my opinion. Very nice review and post. Thank you for sharing this for your followers.

  2. Hey Regina,

    I am so glad you enjoyed Dangerous Deception–thank you for the great review! Please stop by my website to read an excerpt from the next Unbridled book: Against the Ropes coming in June!

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