Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Review: Covet by Terri Herman-Ponce

Covet by Terri Herman-Ponce

COVET is the story of threatening secrets, risky espionage, and one man’s discovery that instinct can be more powerful than reason.

All professional soldier David Bellotti has to do is steal a wallet from drug lord Zev Sahin. A simple operation to snag the key card to Sahin’s compound and hand the card over to the woman who hired him. But when David finds a photo inside the wallet of his lover, Lottie, kissing another man, he discovers his life isn’t what it seems and that the people in it are keeping dangerous information from him.

Ex-lover, Monica, is carrying the biggest secret of all. Determined to get David back into her life, her secret will become her strongest weapon against him. But protecting his love for Lottie won’t be easy for David. As images of Lottie’s murder start surfacing, David realizes he’s reliving ancient memories from over ten thousand years ago—from a life that’s linked to Lottie and Monica now, and that will once again end in Lottie’s death if he can’t find a way to stop it.

My Thoughts:
This book actually follows In This Life, which I loved. (You can see my review here.) I would classify it as romantic suspense with a paranormal twist. There are secrets, past lives, romance, and suspense. This book is more David's story and we get his point of view. David is finally having some past-life experiences, though he doesn't want to. I love how the past lives intertwine with their present lives. So many turns in the story that I did not expect. Kept me reading until I finished. There is definitely going to be another book and I can't wait!

My Rating: *****
Steam Factor: !!!!

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Publication: March 25, 2013

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  1. Great interview, Terri! I too can relate to wanting to write with the ocean as your backdrop but instead having a lovely orange 70's seat on the commuter train:).

    BUT I did have a funny encounter with a guy once sitting next to me who was literally piecing together his suit next to me. That actually became a first encounter with my hero and heroine in my first book!

  2. Robyn! LOL! What a funny story. Sometimes commuting on a train can bring horrors (can anyone say "what is that SMELL?"), but I do so love it when you can be just about anywhere and find characters and situations to write about. Thanks so much for stopping by!


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