Review: Betrayed by Lies by Rebecca Shea

April 22, 2017


As an ATF agent, bringing down the Estrada cartel has been my sole mission. I’m a skilled agent, determined and fearless, but a relentless pursuit and a willingness to risk everything almost killed me.


A year later, when an opportunity in Los Angeles presents itself, I jump at the chance to start over and rebuild the career and life I almost lost.


Kate Stevens was not part of my new plan. I never expected she would be the one to save me from my past. She was exactly what I needed—smart, beautiful and independent. I finally have a future I look forward to.


Only nothing in my life ever goes according to plan. Losing Kate is not an option, but fate seems poised to ruin me, and there isn’t a damn thing I can do about it.




*** 3.5 Star Review ***


I have been anticipating this book for so long, I dove in the second it hit my Kindle. I have always loved Shea's writing. So full of emotions and steam, I never seem to want her books to end.


Finally, I got to dive into Sam's story! This is definitely a bittersweet ending to this series. 


The book wasn't as long as I expected it to be. Although the writing was on point, per usual, I seemed to want a little more of something in this book. It was a little lacking in something that I can't quite put my finger on. I wanted more heart-pounding moments. I wasn't as taken by this book as I have been in the past.


Overall, this was a wonderful book. A quick read. I was very pleased with the ending to this series.

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