Thursday, April 23, 2015

Review: Untrue Colors by Veronica Forand

Untrue Colors by Veronica Forand

She’s on the run…

Brilliant art appraiser Alex Northrop’s ex used stolen art to fund his nefarious activities. Now he wants her dead. But it isn’t just herself she’s worried about – if he discovers who she really is, he’ll kill her family.

Professor Henry Chilton is shocked to find a beautiful stranger passed out in his bed, and even more so when she reveals a priceless painting is a forgery – the painting he’d planned to use to fund a woman’s shelter. She’s mysterious and frightened, and he is determined to discover why.

Alex's knowledge of art is undeniable—just as Henry’s attraction to her is irresistible. But in order to help him recover the real painting, Alex isn't just risking exposure...she's risking her life.

4 stars

*I recevied this book free to read in exchange for an honest review.

This book was really interesting and very well-written. I have never read a book by Veronica Forand, but based on this book alone, I would definitely read another book by her. The book was fast-paced, and kept you on the edge of your seat just waiting to see what would happen next. It is from both perspetives of Alex and Henry.

You can definitely tell there is chemistry between the two of the them, and they fit so perfectly together. Henry was really loyal to Alex, and you could tell that she meant a lot to him. His brother was amazing too!

This book has the perfect blend of romance and action, and amazing characters that you love from beginning to end.

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