Author Virginia Vaughan knocks it out of the water with this fast-paced suspense novel. Action and suspense are always intriguing but add the threat of a baby’s life, and there’s no putting the book down until the danger subsides.
Social worker Kellyanne Avery finds herself taking care of her friend’s four-month-old son after receiving a call from the daycare that her friend hadn’t picked her baby up. Kellyanne’s possession of the baby puts her and the child in the crosshairs of those who are after them.
Deputy Sheriff Zeke Tyler arrives in town for a conference and looks for his old girlfriend, Kellyanne. Still carrying a flame for her, Zeke stops at her apartment to return a necklace she’d lost years ago. Only when he pulls into the complex, Kellyanne exits her car with a baby.
Zeke walks with Kellyanne to her friend’s apartment, and they discover the body of the baby’s mother. He becomes a target along with Kellyanne and the child by those who are out to eliminate them all.
Texas Baby Cover-up is fast-paced and filled with twists.
I give this novel five stars.
I received a complimentary copy of this novel for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Virginia Vaughan is a multi-published author of inspirational romantic suspense with Love Inspired Suspense. Blessed to come from a large, southern family, her fondest memories include listening to stories recounted by family and friends around the large dinner table. She was a lover of books even from a young age, devouring gothic romance novels and stories of romance, danger, and love. She soon started writing them herself. A former investigator for the State of Mississippi, Virginia utilizes her criminal justice background with her love of writing to transform words into powerful stories of romance and danger.
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It is my pleasure to bring this review to you. I hope it has helped you make your novel selection. You won’t be disappointed in Virginia’s novels.