Detective Michael Cisneros is reluctant to believe Jesse's allegation. After all, Marcus Vega is a prominent citizen with a tight alibi, and this isn’t the first time she’s charged him with murder. When Michael is accused of allowing a personal relationship with Jesse to cloud his judgment, he is forced to accept what she cannot—Marcus Vega is innocent. Jesse’s refusal to give up will risk more than her life, it will test her sanity as well.
Title: House of Cards
Author: Terri Molina
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Reviewed by: Javier
House of Cards by Terri Molina was an excellent read. The story line flows really well, and is
written in such a way that it pulls the reader in, the result of which being that you keep wanting to know such things as - 'What's going to happen next?' - ''Is she crazy?' - etc.
The author's use of the Spanish language to enhance nteractions and expound upon character's heritage is very appropriate, the meanings of which are easily interpreted, due to the author's keen use of expressed emotion, by someone like myself, who otherwise would need a translating dictionary.
Overall, I see no reason to not award this book 5 stars.