Book Review | Killer Dolls
Author: Angelica Hart and Zi
After bio-terrorists use ricin to kill a man, they plan to attack innocent children by using ricin filled handcrafted dolls created by Letti Noel. After years of building her business, Letti now longs for romance and commitment, and thinks she might have found it in Taut Johnson.Only unbeknownst to her he is an FBI agent working undercover to find the terrorist. He knows he can’t allow a relationship to develop until the case is over, yet finds that he is unwittingly falling for Letti, and now she is in danger, bringing back the past and a fear that he cannot protect those he loves.
Meanwhile, children are in increasing danger.
Meanwhile, there is another death.
Meanwhile, Taut’s deceit threatens their growing love even as the stalking terrorists threaten their lives.
For me, the book had a slow start but after the first chapter I was hooked, line and sinker. The character development at the beginning was a little wordy and used lots of big words for poor tired brain at the end of the day. I know some readers love that! I did fall in love with the characters. Letti Noel and Taut Johnson are hard not to love; I enjoyed the development of their character as they came together in a budding romance. I was so glad that this book didn’t go where some books go where they keep suspecting an innocent bystander like Letti even though all the evidence points the other way. Letti is so innocent and pure, and it shines through her character. I was rooting for her the entire novel. I secretly wish the ending was developed more so I could know more but that is just me being selfish with wanting to know every detail of the lives of the characters after the ordeal was over. Like I said, I love the characters. Pick up this romantic suspense novel for a good thrill.
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Disclaimer: I received this book in exchange for an honest review. No monetary compensation was involved. Â All the thoughts and opinions are my own.