Review: Dark Deceptions by Dee Davis

imageTitle: Dark Deceptions
Author: Dee Davis
Format Read: 
Series: A-Tac #1
Publisher: Forever
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release date: April 1st 201
Formats Available:  paperback, ebook, kindle
Number of pages: 353


Book Blurb:

Davis delivers the first installment in an action-packed, sensual, romantic suspense series featuring the operatives of A-Tac, an elite CIA unit masquerading as faculty at an Ivy League college.


Covert operations expert Nash Brennon has spent the last eight years trying to forget Annie Gallagher, his former field partner and the only woman he ever loved. Annie betrayed him when he needed her most, then vanished without a trace. Now suddenly she’s back in the game – this time as a suspected traitor and threat to national security.

Annie’s son has been kidnapped by political terrorists. The price for his life? Assassinate a UN ambassador. When Nash and his group find her, the smoldering passion between Annie and the man she swore she’d never contact again blazes out of control. But can Nash trust her? The stakes couldn’t be higher: Their enemy’s endgame is personal, and one false move could cost them their lives.

My Thoughts:

First book in this series about agents. This one brings Nash Brennon and Annie Gallagher trying to get through some terrorism and a dark past. Eight years ago they used to work together and be a couple, but Annie decided to stop working and Nash though she had betrayed and left him to die.

The book setting is now, Annie is forced to start a mission against an UN ambassador to just to save her son, that has been kidnapped or else he’s going to be killed.
But what she doesn’t know is that Nash and the rest of the A-Tac are aware of the danger against the ambassador and start working to discover and prevent it. But since she left him, Nash doesn’t believe when Annie tells him her reasons. So she’s forced to work with the A-Tac to try and save her son without killing the ambassador and destroy the terrorist cell.

I first received the forth book on this series and after some pages, discovered that it was amazing. There’s investigation, some love also a bit of action, sine they are agents. But the best part for me is the fact that they work as professor for a college and it shows some real life despise all the dark side of fighting the evil. Loved it.

Purchase information:


Books in this Series:

<a href=””> Widgets</a>

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s