Welcome to the blog tour for The Trap by Evie Hunter. Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for the tour invite!
Callie Devereux has it all – a successful career, a beautiful home and an attentive, loving partner. Until one day, she wakes up to discover that the man she thought she loved has taken everything from her, leaving her penniless. Desperate to get answers, Callie goes after the man she once trusted and discovers a world built on secrets and lies…
Jack Carlisle has never heard of the man Callie Devereaux claims to have once loved, but he has a good idea who it is – his business partner and old friend, Logan Armitage. Jack can’t believe Logan would steal, but as he helps Callie to find his old friend, Jack discovers money missing too…
But with Logan missing without trace, there is only option left to catch this thief – to set a trap.
The Trap is not my first read from Evie Hunter. I’m a fan, so when I got the email for this tour, I jumped on. I’m excited to say, I really enjoyed this one.
The pacing in the beginning was a bit of a slow burn, but that was a good thing because it allows the reader to get accommodated with the characters and the plot.
As the story progressed, I found myself having trouble putting the book down. It does not move at a break neck speed, but instead, slowly draws you into the story and keeps you there.
The Trap was a great read. I look forward to more from Evie Hunter.
Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for the free review copy. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
Evie Hunter has written a great many successful regency romances as Wendy Soliman and is now redirecting her talents to produce dark gritty thrillers for Boldwood. For the past twenty years she has lived the life of a nomad, roaming the world on interesting forms of transport, but has now settled back in the UK.
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