Review: Fatal Scandal by Marie Force

As a new year dawns in the capital city, dual scandals rock the Metropolitan Police Department—and Lieutenant Sam Holland is right in the middle of them. Chief Farnsworth is catching heat for the way he handled a recent homicide investigation, and Detective Gonzales is accused of failing to disclose an earlier connection to the judge who decided his custody hearing.

When Gonzo's fight for his child turns deadly and he has a shaky alibi, Sam must defend two of her closest colleagues. All while her husband, Vice President Nick Cappuano, settles into his new office at the White House.

Nick begins to wonder if the president is using him for a political boost, and his worries mount over a complication in the plans to adopt Scotty at a time when Sam is being put through the wringer by the always-rabid DC press corps. As the evidence against Gonzo piles up, Sam suspects someone is gunning for her—and her team.


Marie Force is the absolute genius in creating the addicting suspense romance series especially her Fatal series. All of the reader will agree that Marie Force always deliver a fantastic Fatal books that she kreps on creating more. We will get to read more about Sam and her family in Fatal Scandal since so much is going to change in Fatal Scandal. There is a lot going on in Fatal Scandal that reader will not put down from the first chapter. I do not want to post any spoilers about Fatal Scandal because it will blow your mind of the twists and turns. In Fatal Scandal, Sam is determine to help her friends when there are a lot scandal going on. Sam is a tough and determine detective that she will pull all nighters in order to find out who is behind all of these scandal involving her fanily and friends. However, she will be hurt in the process that it will shake the core for everyone. While Sam is fighting for her friends and family, Nick is beginning to realize that he is just a pawn to the president. But Nick will turn things around when he finally realize in the end that he need to set his own agenda. While Sam and Nick face work drama, they will have some time between them that it will burn the pages off.
There will be some much action going on in Fatal Scandal that it will explode you mind. Fatal Scandal is a page turner that it will not disappoint.
Five Stars.


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