Review: Hope’s Deceit by Angela McPherson! @Angela_mcph

Everything has changed—people, my life—no one and nothing is as it seems. With each new threat, the idea of normal slips farther beyond my reach.
A relationship with Blain is everything Trinity has ever wished for—even before she realized she wanted it, but after the near fatal attack with Melia, something changes. The connection that binds them shifts, and a dark force threatens to wedge the two apart. Trinity’s only hope for the life she craves is stopping Melia and her immortal Rogues.
But fate always has an ulterior plan.
As Trinity’s eighteenth birthday draws near, more abilities manifest. But controlling them is a problem. During an emergency Watcher meeting, some question if Trinity is strong enough to carry out the task she is fated to uphold.
Secrets are revealed, and lives are lost. Melia has plans to awaken an ancient god whose wrath—if released—is sure to create more devastation than Pandora. As new threats surface, fear spreads. Fighting to keep the people Trinity cares for safe may be more than she can handle.
In the end, light may not be enough to outshine the darkness. 

Brandi’s 5 star review

There are three words that are the best way to describe my life for the past couple of weeks…Total. Book. Funk. Everything I try ends up being set aside since nothing, I mean NOTHING has grabbed me and it was truly starting to piss me off. Then I receive an advanced copy of Hope’s Deceit, and by page 40, the clouds parted and the angels sang…(I may be a touch dramatic) I was IN this book!
Hope’s Deceit picks up where we left off in Hope’s Decree. Trinity and her guardian boy Blaine are sizzling up the pages from the very first chapter but not all will be right in lovers-lane, especially since their still contending with a mortal enemy. The whole cast is back (Morpheus muah xoxo!)and the dialogue is humorous with some catchy,smart-assed one-liners. Hope’s Deceit just flows and before I knew it, I had finished the book in one sitting.
The ending…Woah…it’s heavy and I can’t wait to see how McPherson will wrap this up in the third and final book! Absolutely, positively, loved THIS book!!!

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