Book review-Indiscretion by Polly Iyer

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Tiny Island Summer (True North Book 2) is on sale this month for $1.99 along with three other Kindle Scout winners. I bought all three and am busy reading to (hopefully) post reviews for you before the sale is up.

Up first: Indiscretion by Polly Iyer

The book blurb:

Adult language and situations

Separated from her controlling husband, romance author Zoe Swan meets a charismatic art history professor on the beach and begins a torrid affair. But who is he really? By the time Zoe finds out, she’s wanted for murder and on the run with her husband, his jewel thief brother Paul, and a priceless painting stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. With the FBI and the murderer in pursuit, the trio heads to Boston to take refuge in the home of Paul’s friends. Soon the lines are blurred between the good guys and the bad, and the only way to prove their innocence is to make a deal with the very people who want them dead.

My review:

I loved this book. The suspense of one of the most famous art heists in history appealed to my background in Art History. I gave this book five stars and would highly recommend.

Fast-paced and smooth,Indiscretion by Polly Iyer will keep you on the edge of your seat. Her characters are fully formed and her heroine, Zoe Swan, is a woman to root for as she comes into her own. The novel is written primarily in first person; an enviable feat in Polly’s ever capable hands. If you’re looking for excellent story-telling with a fresh, exhilarating voice, you won’t be disappointed.

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