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The Fine Art of Deception: Undoing Time


The Fine Art of Deception: Undoing Time
Author: Alyssa Richards
Series: The Fine Art of Deception 1
Genre: paranormal romance, mystery

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Undoing Time Review

I would have to comment on the sexy cover, seems to have nothing to do with time and art. Interestingly, Undoing Time is not clearly smaller on the cover, but the series title is nicely done. The cover is still beautiful and eye catching.

Undoing Time is a first narrative of Adeline Montgomery,  the girl with serious issues when the story starts. It is clear from the beginning that she is gifted at the psychic’s department. Anything she touches will reveal its owner’s secrets, and it is a tough gift to handle. Her skill had caused her pain, yet she cannot stop it, only accept that life can be painful when people do not understand you.

When she had to accept a job at an art firm, she met Blake Greenwood, an art gallery owner. It is clear that the author has a passion for beautiful paintings and such, because the book is filled with titles of famous arts. When Addie touches something, she realizes that she has found a terrible secret.

One that might kill her.

Problem: no one to trust. While her chemistry with Blake is electric and hot, Addie does not know that if he is trustworthy, particularly from the secrets that she had glimpsed. Paired a current mystery with the disappearance of her father and grandfather, Addie has good reason to believe that she might be next.

Undoing Time contains good set of characters, a strong mysterious plot and a murderous intent. This is so far a good combination to hook all the readers in, promising to fulfill the statement: I’d tell you, but I will have to kill you. Definitely a good start to a trilogy series, would love to read more about the Art of Deception Series.

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  • The premise is interesting and not what I expected from the cover. You have piqued my curiosity!

    • i know right? totally giving people a double take

  • the premise sounds intriguing, Ailyn! And I agree with you and Kim, not what the cover sells, but that’s OK, I guess, as you enjoyed the story 🙂
    Have a wonderful weekend and happy reading.
    Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews

    • I think the author wants the romance part to show, but definitely is not the highlight of the book