Trusting Delilah by Diana Castelleja




Title: Trusting Delilah

Author: Diana Castilleja

Publisher: Tease Publishing LLC

ISBN: 978-1-60767-027-8

Release Date: January 15th 2009

Format: Ebook

Genre: Paranormal/Suspense, Shape-Shifter, Werewolves

Length: Short Story 42k word count

Rating: 4 Lyres

Reviewer: GJM


Roman Aiza is the second born son of the Aiza clan. He owns and oversees his own security company the Castell family is one of his wealthiest clients and it’s while overseeing the security detail at the eighteenth birthday party for the youngest daughter that Roman encounters Delilah Roman. He finds her in a family member’s private office and she refuses to give him an explanation in fact she manages to leave the party without so much as giving him her name.

Delilah Roman is a woman with secrets she is also a very successful private investigator and she’s been hired by young Cindy Castell to find proof that a family member is committing adultery. A simple cheating spouse case becomes so much more when young Cindy Castell is kidnapped and Roman and Delilah must join forces to get her back safely.


Diana Castilleja takes readers on a ride that has quite a few twists and turns both Roman and Delilah have secrets and trust issues. I really enjoyed watching the two of them spar around each other both trying to be the one in control. The subplot of the kidnapping also has twists and turns that in some cases are really unexpected so your attention is kept from first page till last.

The added bonus here is that Trusting Delilah is the first book in Diana’s new Aiza series and I for one can’t wait to read the next installment.


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