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Review: Fatal Identity (Fatal #10) by Marie Force

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Every family has its secrets… 

As the first anniversary of her marriage to Vice President Nick Cappuano approaches, Lieutenant Sam Holland is dreaming of Bora Bora—sun, sand and a desperately needed break from the DC grind. But real life has a way of intervening, and Sam soon finds herself taking on one of the most perplexing cases of her career.

Government worker Josh Hamilton begs Sam to investigate his shocking claim that his parents stole him from another family thirty years ago. More complicated still, his “father” is none other than the FBI director. When a member of Josh’s family is brutally murdered, Sam begins to question how deep this cover-up goes. Is it possible the revered director was part of a baby-napping ring and that others involved are also targets?

With a killer intent on deadly revenge and her team still reeling from a devastating loss, Sam’s plate is full—and when Nick and their son, Scotty, take ill, is her dream of a tropical anniversary celebration in peril too?

My Review

“I’ve had a lot of titles in my life – Samantha, Sam, Ms Holland, Lieutenant Holland, Mrs. Cappuano, Second Lady. But only recently did I have the most important of all titles bestowed upon me – Mom.”

I am just going to keep this review short and sweet. Fatal Identity is the exciting conclusion to The Fatal Series. I have to say that I really enjoyed this book. It was so great catching up with Sam and Nick one more time. I love seeing just how far these two have come and how real their lives are.

This book provided me with everything that I was expecting and looking for. This book captivated me the entire time. I was unable to put it down. I was quickly reminded just how much and exactly why I like this series so much. It’s entertaining. It’s suspenseful. I loved having guessing and trying to figure things out. As always, there is never a dull moment. And Nick, with his alpha male ways, is impossible not to love.

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*

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