Deadly Kisses Book Review

Deadly Kisses
Francesca Cahill/Deadly Series #8
Author: Brenda Joyce
Pages: 480 pgs
Reading Level: Adult
Published: February 1st 2006
Review Source: Netgalley

And the plot thickens! WOW, Calder is being framed for murder! Francesca is doing everything she can to save him. We finally see the true feelings behind Francesca’s parents towards Calder. Francesca’s Brother Evan finally opens his eyes and breaks it off with Bartello in a dramatic way. The future daughters of Rick Bragg and wife are in danger and they will stop at nothing to protect them. This book answered a lot of questions from the previous book which I enjoyed tremendously. And this plot was by far the best one yet. I hope there will be another installment to answer all the arising questions in this book. I recommend this book. 

Summary: "I did not kill anyone, Francesca. And the fact that you wish to destroy evidence suggests you think me capable of murder."
New York, 1902 

Called to the home of her fiancé Calder Hart's former mistress late one night, amateur sleuth Francesca Cahill's curiosity is piqued. But upon arrival, she is shocked to find Daisy Jones's bloodied body -- and even more devastated when the evidence points to one suspect: Calder. 

Francesca cannot -- will not -- believe that Calder is capable of such an act. Still, she is unable to shake her instinctive sense that Calder is lying about something. The police are far less inclined to believe his innocence, and Calder is arrested for Daisy's murder. But Francesca's heart is not easily swayed . . . until a life-altering secret is exposed that could destroy their future together.

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