Plot twists and turns create a real page-turner in Rachel Kall's political romantic thriller Race to Kill
Rachel Kall's romantic thriller, Race to Kill (A Love and Scandal Novel), is a book that draws you in with its depiction of the behind-the-scenes action of a presidential race. Soon however, the focus really shifts to the interaction between heroine Vivian Reese and undercover FBI agent Marcus Locke. It's apparent that their initial antagonism masks a fierce attraction.
At first Marcus, who is undercover as a bodyguard for the campaign trying to sniff out campaign finance fraud, swiftly shifts gears when Vivian becomes threatened by a stalker. She's become the campaign spokesperson by default after her boss suffers a heart attack and the media attention seems to be drawing some scary attention to her.
Marcus moves in with her and soon, well, those sparks may ignite. But all is not what it seems and this book becomes a serious page-turner as Vivian and Marcus try to discover who's behind all the threats.
This is a fun, fast read and held my interest with the plot twists and turns. I'm looking forward to reading more Love and Scandal novels by Kall in the near future. If you like romance, suspense, and are intrigued with politics - this is the book for you.
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I received an eARC from the publisher through NetGalley for use in this review.