Undercover Honeymoon

Kari Iroz

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Synopsis:

Wedding bells are finally ringing for Jacklyn “Jack” Wyatt and her FBI-agent fiancé, Damon Wade. After their adventurous beginning, the happy couple finds the relative calm leading up to their big day a huge relief. Unfortunately, it seems the peace and quiet were too good to last. As they embark on their honeymoon, a weeklong cruise, Jack can’t shake the feeling that something is off with her new husband. When she stumbles upon a secret plot—one in which her husband is a key player—she realizes this getaway will be anything but smooth sailing. When she delves into the shady happenings aboard the ship, Jack realizes Damon’s involvement is just the tip of the iceberg—she has become an unwitting player in a deadly conspiracy, and in such close quarters, there is no escape. Now, Jack has no choice but to work with her new husband to unravel the truth before their happily ever after—and their lives—are ended all too soon.  

In Emilee’s opinion:

Undercover Honeymoon is the third book in the series so I feel that my review wouldn’t be as accurate since I never read the first two books. So, my review is purely based on this book. My sister, Tiffany actually read the first two books and I trust her opinion so if you need additional reviews, search Kari Iroz. I do have A Date with Danger so I think I’ll have to start the whole series over to really understand the characters.

With that said, I really liked Jacklyn “Jack” Wyatt’s character and sometimes it felt like I was in her shoes. She was a fun and entertaining character. The first few chapters were about her wedding and the plans that led up to the wedding including her bridal shower. Yes, I would love a VIP parking pass too. Although, it gave me anxiety when they couldn’t find her wedding dress.

Damon was exactly what Jack needed…someone who could save her from her mistakes. He was hilarious too. Plenty of funny parts and lots of action.

Overall, it was a fantastic book but left me a bit confused in parts that talked about book 1 and 2 so I’ll definitely have to reread all of them to truly understand. I would recommend it to anyone.

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services for free in the hope that I would mention them on my blog and offer an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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