Circle of Deception starts out with a bang. Literally. Megan Cardoza walks right into a plot to reunite her with her ex-love, Alex Hanover. Meeting her friends and siblings at a restaurant, she’s surprised when Alex shows up and sits down next to her. They haven’t seen each other in a long time but, when Megan goes to the ladies’ room, Alex follows her and, the next thing you know, they’re having hot sex against the bathroom wall.
Though they’d never stopped loving each other, Megan and Alex had pursued different paths, with Alex moving away. Now that Alex has moved back into town, they find themselves falling straight back into their old relationship. Everyone seems happy about the news except for Alex’s dad. The reader doesn’t really find out what Alex’s dad has against Megan, until later in the book but he does everything within his power to try and break the couple up again.
Sometimes funny, sometimes sexy, sometimes mysterious, Circle of Deception will definitely keep your interest until the last page. The cast of characters, themselves, make this book one worth reading.