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Review: Dangerous Illusions

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Review: Dangerous Illusions

Dangerous Illusions by Irene Hannon
Reviewed by: Pam Graber
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Revell
Publication Date: October 3, 2017

Trish Bailey’s world imploded two years ago, when her husband and her father were killed in a car accident that left her mother ill and handicapped. Moving home to care for her was the only right thing to do. As the art teacher in at at-risk school, Trish’s days are full and her heart is healing. Her mom is pushing her to start dating again. Who better than their handsome accountant, Matt Parker?

Coming home from a date with Matt, where she has already decided there’s just no spark, Trish discovers that her mother has died. An autopsy reveals an apparent overdose of her heart medication. Could Trish really be that stressed that she would have mixed up her mom’s medication? Matt thinks so, and that’s what he tells the police detective sent to investigate.

As suspicions mount, more and more things point to Trish being forgetful. Detective Colin Flynn doesn’t believe that the poised, beautiful woman he met could be losing it, even though she is under a great deal of stress. As they work together, a spark ignites for both of them. Can they follow the clues before Trish is at the mercy of a killer?

A lucky break here. A startling piece of evidence, there, and, suddenly, danger lurks. Irene Hannon has penned another fantastic romantic suspense! Trish’s faith keeps her grounded in the midst of the chaos. Seeing her strong faith, draws Colin back to his.

Readers of romantic suspense will love this book. I figured out early on who-dun-it, BUT, I had no clue who REALLY dun-it. You’ll have to pick it up to see what I mean! Enjoy!

Rated PG: The suspense is intense – especially at the end. It might be a bit much for young readers.

Reviewer’s copy was personally purchased.

 

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