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Book Review: Incognito by, Katie Delahanty

Incognito by Katie Delahanty
Publication Date:  May 4, 2021
Publisher:  Entangled Publishing

In the virtual utopia of the Simulation, everyone will live peacefully and without fear or needs—at least that’s how they’re selling it. But the government plans to use this program to take control of the entire human race. Elisha Dewitt has just been given her first mission to help prevent this, and she’s ready to prove she can go incognito just as well as any other master thief.

Breaking and entering? No sweat. She’s done worse. Stealing a cassette tape from the museum vaults will be easy—in, out, done—until he shows up…and everything gets way more complicated. Garrett Alexander just has that effect.

Nothing is as it seems, and a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse begins with Garrett, her rival and match in every way. Not knowing who she can trust, Elisha decides it’s up to her to rescue everyone—even Garrett—before the world as she knows it comes to a brutal end.


The first thing that you need to know about Incognito is that this book is the second in a series. You really need to read Keystone before you read Incognito. So if you haven’t done that yet stop right now and pick up Keystone. You won’t be sorry.

OK. Now that we have that out of the way…

I don’t know what it is about this series, but I just can’t get enough. Not only is the plot twisty in a way that you think you know what’s happening but then you don’t (over and over again) but the characters are really fun. I especially have crushes on both Garrett and Nash. They are both mysterious and sexy but in different ways. Elisha is a lucky girl.

Or maybe not so lucky as she seems to find herself in a lot of dangerous situations. This latest heist in Incognito is especially harrowing. It’s really hard not to give anything away since with all the twists and turns, you never know what might be a clue for a new reader. Let’s just say that Elisha and her big brain are really put to the test.

If you are looking for a fun, quick read that you will be thinking about even after you finish, you definitely want to pick up this series. With smart characters and a creative plot line, you will be asking for more!!

I give this book 5 Sips!

Katie never knew she was a writer. Her childhood obsessions centered on old movies, costumes, fashion, playing dress up, and books. Lots of books. On her quest to play make believe for a living she decided she wanted to be a fashion designer and after satisfying her practical parents by graduating from UCLA with a BA in Communication Studies she went on to pursue her design dreams with a Professional Designation in Fashion Design from FIDM. She spent five years helping to design romantic dresses that were sold everywhere from Anthropologie to Nordstrom before the economic downturn led to a career shift and that practical degree came in handy. Now in charge of the ecommerce business for In Bloom Lingerie, she was asked to start the company blog. Not knowing what to say about lingerie but needing to use bridal keywords, she decided to start a fictional serial about how a girl named Olivia Bloom, who worked for In Bloom Lingerie, became engaged. And that is when Katie fell in love with storytelling and the path to make believe became clear. She has not looked back since. Katie lives in Los Angeles with her husband.

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