Sunday, July 31, 2016

Review: Fatal Identity

Fatal Identity Fatal Identity by Marie Force
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Book 10 in the Fatal series. Can be read as a stand alone. Reading in order allows you to follow all the characters and their lives. Mainly Detective Lieutenant Samantha Holland and Vice President Nick Cappuano.

After being suspended Samantha "Sam" heads out and is confronted by Josh Hamilton. Josh has come across a computer generated photo of a baby that had been kidnapped 30 years before and swears it is himself. He wants Sam to investigate what happened and to find out of that is really him. The catch is that the father that raised him is none other then the FBI director Troy Hamilton. Sam being who she is, isn't going to let a thing like a suspension to keep her from finding out the truth. When the truth opens up a bigger can of worms that anyone would have thought, Sam isn't going to back down.

As with the rest of the series. This book is filled with suspense and political intrigue. Along with plenty of romance between the characters. I have to admit I feel in love with Same and Nick in the first book and haven't been disappointed yet. Their love affair and relationship makes you "sigh" and hope you can have one such as theirs someday. Sam is a strong women whom is proud of her job and nothing is going to stop her from doing it to the best of her ability. Nick knows this and no matter how mad or scared he gets about it, he will always support her.

I received this book in exchange for an honest review.





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