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Reviewed by Kathryn Bennett for Readers' Favorite
Silent Cats: Deadly Dance by JD Wallace opens in 2005 in Tel Aviv, where a Mossad assassin and her daughters are killed in a car bombing. When Pantera, the husband of the slain woman, who is also a CIA man himself, has to identify the bodies he swears he will get revenge. It is then that the story goes back in time to 1989 when the couple meets and begins their whirlwind relationship. A life that is made of partial truths and partial lies and yet Kat and Pantera find love for themselves.
It took me about two chapters to truly feel connected with this book, but once I did I related to Kat and Pantera and the life they made for themselves. This is a spy story mixed with love and true adventure, and it has an amazing amount of action to keep you riveted. JD Wallace has a great style of writing that will get you involved with the characters. If you ever imagined what it might really be like for two people who work in the dark world of special ops to build a life together and be in love, this story is for you. It is Mr. and Mrs. Smith on a different and better level. If you love adventures, thrillers and stories with a real life element within the pages, you will enjoy this book as much as I did. I look forward to reading more from this bright author!