Deceptions (A Cainsville Novel) Review

  • Title: Deceptions (Cainsville Novel #3)
  • Author: Kelley Armstrong
  • Publisher: Random House Canada
  • Publication Date: July 12, 2016
  • Edition: 2016 Paperback
  • Special Features: preview to Betrayals
  • Pages: 469
  • Price: $19.95
  • ISBN: 978-0-3073-60595

Not only did Olivia find out she is the daughter of notorious killers who committed the sadistic Valentine murders, but now she’s a critical piece in the game between the fae, both Dark and Light. Along with trying to clear her parents name, Olivia is having more and more visions of a little girl in a sundress, who only speaks in riddles. Olivia’s feelings for Ricky are deepening, but so are her affections for Gabriel, and these feelings have left her conflicted. But when a new twist to the fae game hits, those feelings take on a whole new meaning. Not all feelings stem from love, but from jealousy and possession. James has taken things to far, and the stalking has reached an all new high. But at what cost? Things soon get out of hand, and soon things take a turn for the worst. And will Olivia be able to handle the outcome?

Deceptions was filled with so much more intensity the the previous two. And if you’re an Olivia/Gabriel fan (like myself) you will love this book. It brings us one step closer to we’ve been waiting for, and that’s for Gabriel and Olivia to finally get together.

Aside from the new Olivia/Gabriel hope, the overall story idea, is refreshing, creative, and intriguing. Bring in what seemed like what would a a normal(ish) crime/mystery novel gets intense and fun with the addition of the fae, and their back story, and why they’re doing what they’re doing.

Next installment in the Cainsville Series is Betrayals.

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