Saturday, May 21, 2016

Review: Until Death Do We Part by Fiona Davenport




Publication Date: May 9, 2016
Series: Standalone
Rating: 4 Stars




Official Blurb:
 Alex Shaw. 

Code Name: Justice 
Contracts attorney. 
Adoring husband. 
Spy with a reputation for being able to break anyone. 

Genevieve Shaw. 
Code Name: Scarlett 
International art dealer. 
Loving wife. 
Covert operative with more kills to her name than any other agent. 

They’re crazy in love… and completely unaware of what the other is hiding. Four years of wedded bliss is blown apart when they finally cross paths on a mission. They’re hunting the same target, but with very different goals. Justice has been sent to retrieve and interrogate. Scarlett to eliminate the threat. 

On opposite ends of a mission, their love is put to the ultimate test.




Review: Mr. and Mrs. Smith with a twist of over the top alpha and insta love. I really enjoy Fiona’s books. They are filled with steamy scenes that will leave you breathless, and moments that will make your heart drop. Alex and Scarlett are madly in love, but both are hiding who they really are. What happens when their paths cross? Will either back down and can their love hold them together? This book is action packed from start to finish, so if you love books that keep you on edge with steamy passion thrown into the mix… then this is definitely a book for you.

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