Until Death Do Us Part

Incognito Series, Book 2

Romance - Suspense
338 Pages
Reviewed on 09/05/2009
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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite

The Network is a covert organization that deals with crime in a way that law enforcement cannot. The people who work for the Network never retire; they die. The Network does not allow personal relationships; complete loyalty must be given to the organization. The Network is both a blessing to humanity and a curse. The Network has power, and along with power comes the temptation that leads to corruption.    Former head of operations, Jameson, is hiding from the Network. Power ruined him. Reporters, Raven and Casey Harris, exposed his corruption. He was determined to exact his revenge against them. Ash and Kristen were assigned to protect the couple. Raven and Casey are very much in love. Watching them brings Kristen and Ash closer together. The two operatives moved in next door to the Harris’. Their cover was as married couple.

Karen Wiesner does it again! The Incognito Series is entertaining. Love, danger, and suspense will keep the reader on the edge of their seat. I could not put this book down. From the action in the beginning to the surprise ending, I hung onto every word. Wiesner successfully draws readers into the plot. The characters are multi-dimensional. I like that she mentions characters from Book 1. Wiesner once again proves how talented she is. Fans of romance and suspense do not miss Until Death Do Us Part.

Karen Wiesner

5 Cups! "I have just found my new favorite suspense author! It is no wonder that UNTIL DEATH DO US PART took third place in the L-Edit Slip contest. This story ably demonstrates the professionalism Ms Wiesner brings to her writing. The entire book showcases her talent brilliantly, a seamless plot that held me in its grip, realistic scenarios and dialogue, and a skill with language that took me out of merely reading a book and transported me through the world she created. I read on, despite the need for sleep, spellbound from first page to last, gasping outrage even while accepting that there could be no other `ending' than the one presented. I only hope the next book in this series of five will include an update on Kirsten and Ash as they come to terms with being torn between duty, loyalty to the Network and their love for each other." [...].