Review: Incognito

Incognito Incognito by Siobhan Davis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Final Score - 4.5 Stars!

Shawn is a rock star in hiding.  He's overcome addiction but now that he's on the brink of a new normal - there's a new threat that is not only trying to undermine his recovery, but want to hurt him as well.  His security team decides that he needs to lay low and step out of the spot light.

Dakota is a young college student.  Tragedy marks her life and she's had to give up her dream of dancing.  Her family hasn't fully recovered and neither has she.  Her father is ambivalent and her mother has disappeared into herself.  Lost and alone, Dakota's only solace is dancing on a rooftop a midnight - a way of expunging her fears and longing for who she once was.

Neither Dakota nor Shawn have any interest in romance - however,  their mutual attraction and chemistry cannot be denied. 

Siobhan Davis formulates that perfect mix of romance, danger, and suspense with her latest masterpiece.  I was glued and engrossed in this story and never wanted it end.  INCOGNITO is a slow-burn, utterly romantic story about two lost souls who are both in hiding and struggling to find their true selves.

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