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Rachel Grant’s “Evidence Series” continues to enthrall the readers with its intensity, excitement and power play of politics across continents.

Book five of the series, “Covert Evidence” takes the unsuspecting underwater archeologist Cressida Porter into a world of danger, terrorism and death that has her running for her life. And covert CIA operative Ian Boyd is hot on her trail, as she becomes the suspect of carrying evidence that may prove disastrous to a lot of super rich people in various countries.

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A simple planned and scouting trip turns into a dangerous game of hide and seek as Cressida tries to comprehend the situation she has been thrown into unwittingly. With Ian guarding her and saving her life one too many times, she has the daunting task of keeping her wits as she decides if Ian Boyd can be trusted.

All Ian had to do was secure the target and the evidence that Cressida was supposedly carrying. He never anticipated the flare of attraction or the desire to protect Cressida at the cost of his mission. And love definitely was not part of his mission. And yet love and trust becomes an expensive weapon that takes him to the edge of death. With betrayal coming in from the inside, Ian has his job cut out, with his career on the line and the Cressida’s life in his hands.

“Covert Evidence” is my favorite in the series so far. I loved Ian with his quiet demeanor yet pulsing with energy and fire. He had so many layers of emotions that were peeled at every turn on the run. Rachel Grant does a great job with his character; I couldn’t help falling in love with him, and the same with Cressida. Her courage, her tenacity and her trust in Ian gives her an aura of strength. Loyalty to her friends and her willingness to fight for her love and friendship makes her even more alluring and brave. And the chemistry and teamwork between Ian and Cressida is sizzling and plain hot.

Received an ARC from All Night Reads via NetGalley for an honest review.

The “Evidence Series” by Rachel Grant is a fascinating combination of archeology, politics and war that keeps mankind hinging on edges of power play and destruction for personal gain and us readers at the edge of our seats and highly entertained.

“Incriminating Evidence” takes archeologist Isabel Dawson to the wilds of Alaska searching for truth about her brother Vin’s death as a Raptor operative on Raptor land. Saving the Raptor CEO Alec Ravissant was never on her hiking trail, yet she ends up saving the unconscious former ranger turned politician despite her reservations about him covering up her brother’s death.

Alec has no recollection of how he ended up unconscious or who would want to hurt him. But facing his red haired, sassy and smart savior sure sparks attraction that he wants to explore. Being a millionaire running for senate and operating an organization of covert operatives sure puts him in the crosshairs of danger, but now Isabel’s life is threatened as she becomes a victim of evil and end up in his compound for protection.

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With the danger of betrayal coming from within the walls of the compound, Alec and Isabel have a traitor to catch and a passion to explore. With trust and honesty put to test, both have to go beyond their feelings to believe in each other enough to put their lives in each other’s hands. Alec and Isabel are two strong and courageous individuals, willing to sacrifice for each other to bring justice to her brother and put an end to the threat harboring the world.

With a sublime passion and an aura of lust between them, Rachel Grant does a brilliant job of weaving a tapestry of suspense and danger in the wilderness of Alaska. With no dearth of emotions and pain, “Incriminating Evidence” takes you on a thrilling ride of pain and betrayal, trust and honesty, evil and destruction. And it is always wonderful to re-visit characters from the previous books of the series.

With so many small moments of tenderness and love, passion and lust, danger and betrayal, greed and evil, this is one entertaining and fascinating book you will not put down until the very last page is read.

Incriminating Evidence hits the bookshelves on March 24, 2015

Received an ARC from All Night Reads via NetGalley for an honest review.

I love Rachel Grant and her Evidence Series. Body Of Evidence (Book 2) is a brilliantly crafted story of political mayhem and corruption with the innocents in the crosshairs of war and death.

Archeologist Mara Garrett’s job is to retrieve dead GIs and bring them home. Excavating in North Korea, she never dreams that she would end being arrested, labeled as a spy and sentenced to death.

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US Attorney Curt Dominic is her only saving grace, but unfortunately this ambitious attorney is prosecuting her uncle who was the former Vice President. Curt has enough evidence to bring Mara’s uncle to justice, but still needs her as a key witness to testify.

Curt literally saves Mara from facing the firing squad within seconds to spare, and the trip back to the US ends up being sabotaged. What started off as a rescue quickly turns into a deadly game of danger and death. With a known enemy on their trail, Mara and Curt have to trust each other to keep their bodies breathing.

Body Of Evidence is a fabulous ride of thrill and suspense as Mara and Curt try to outwit the enemy across the globe. Mara and Curt is an intoxicating couple and Rachel Grant has done a stupendous job writing them. With passion sizzling between them, and a trial that keeps them apart, loyalties are tested, and love is put in the crosshairs of a conspiracy that not only threatens to tear them apart but also puts national security at risk.

I thought Concrete Evidence (Book 1) was an adrenaline rush, but Body Of Evidence beats it with guns blazing!

Received an ARC from All Night Reads via Netgalley for a honest review.

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