Review: Shadow Of A Doubt by Tiffany Snow! @TiffanyASnow

 Ivy Mason has it all: beauty, a plush apartment, a fancy car, and a debonair British spy boyfriend who pays all her bills. If only her boyfriend was in her life—and her bed—more than just sporadically.

Part of an underground British agency called the Shadow, Devon Clay knows that secrecy is what has kept him alive. Anyone he loves is a liability, and being involved with him puts the other person in grave danger. Yet Ivy is someone his heart can’t resist.

When an enemy from Devon’s past returns, the spy and his girlfriend are thrown headlong into an international conspiracy that puts everyone Ivy loves at risk. From the Missouri River bottoms to the brothels of Amsterdam, Ivy and Devon must outrun and outmaneuver the forces allied against them, and no one can be trusted.

Brandi’s 4 star review

If you’re a lover of the Romantic Suspense genre than look no further, this is a must-read author/series. Tiffany Snow always delivers a high-octane plot with a romance that will leave you breathless. She is one of my go-to’s when I’m in the mood for action,suspense and a memorable love story.

In Shadow of a Doubt, we pick up right were we left off. Devon left Ivy with very few promises but Ivy thought that’s all she would need as long as she would see him again. Once trouble shows up at her door and she has no way to contact Devon, Ivy starts to rethink her decision.As truth’s come to light and lives are put on the line, Ivy and Devon are faced with consequences that neither want but must except.

This was another page turner that surpassed it’s predecessor in my opinion. It’s edgy, sexier and the plot becomes more tangled.I can’t wait for the next book in this trilogy to get the closure that I am hoping this couple will receive!

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