I have a new book to share with you today! It is called Undercover Honeymoon by Kari Iroz. You can read all of our other book reviews and see what we are reading here.
We received a book for review. All opinions are my own.
About Undercover Honeymoon
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.
This book is the third in the series. The first two (in order) are A Date with Danger and Mormon Girl Incognito. You can get them both on Amazon (Kindle or paperback). Also, be sure to get the newest bookUndercover Honeymoon. They are all great books that will make you want more.
I really enjoyed reading the book. It is packed with humor and events/situations that everyone can relate to. Her talking about dieting, planning her wedding, and fights with her fiance/husband are just a few. The story is written in the first person, and Jacklyn “Jack” does all of the narrating. The point of view doesn’t change.
I love the dynamics between Jack and Damon (her fiance/husband). They have a REAL relationship with ups and downs. She shares emotions that I have felt myself and so it pulled me into the book even more.
This is a clean romance. There isn’t a lot of “romance” really, but a lot of great mystery and crime solving. Plenty of action and suspenseful things – but it is also something that I would feel good about letting my 12 or 14 year old daughters read.