About the Book
When the daughter of a high-profile businessman disappears from an exclusive girls’ boarding school, police detective Cate Reilly is tapped for an undercover assignment. It doesn’t take her long to realize that beneath the veneer of polish and wealth, things are not as they seem at Ivy Hill Academy. But the biggest surprise of all? The only man she ever loved is also working at the school.
Zeke Sloan has never forgotten Cate, but now isn’t the best time for their paths to cross again. When their two seemingly disparate agendas begin to intertwine–and startling connections emerge among the players–the danger escalates significantly. But who is the mastermind behind the elaborate ruse? And how far will they go to protect their house of cards?
Queen of romantic suspense Irene Hannon invites you to scale the heights of human folly and plumb the depths of the human heart in this second gripping book in the Triple Threat series.
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In My Opinion
Labyrinth of Lies by Irene Hannon is aptly names as the twists and turns and many characters in this book lead you down one path only to reach a dead end. Like Cate and Zeke, we must backtrack to find the original trail and try again.
But that’s also what makes Hannon such a great suspense writer. I want the answers, so I keep reading. And the twists and turns make the ending that much more satisfying.
I enjoyed the fact Cate and Zeke had a history together, and the fact they are both working undercover just adds more complication to that. And Cate’s sisters (who we met in Point of Danger) and Kayla add more layers to this story.
If you’re looking for a romantic suspense that will keep you guessing with a lot of intrigue going on, look no further.
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