Book Review: Desert Secrets by Lisa Harris

Desert Secrets by Lisa Harris

 Desert Secrets by Lisa Harris

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My Review

In a story that is not only relevant to the dangers facing travels in foreign countries today, Lisa Harris allows readers to experience both the beauty and the dangers of the Africa in Desert Secrets.

I loved both of these characters so much. While Lexi Shannon is put in a position that leaves her vulnerable over and over again, she is also tenacious and brave. She has a good heart and that shows through over and over again. And Colton Landry…let’s just sigh here at this hero. A man who is determined to not only to keep his brother-in-law safe but also who refuses to leave Lexi behind.

As this group finds themselves in precarious situations over and over again (loads of action and high tension in this book between kidnappings, rescues, car chases, and more), it’s their faith in God and each other that keeps them going.

A fantastic, fast-paced story from Mali to the Sahara to Morocco (and even Ireland). Don’t miss the action-packed adventure in Desert Secrets.

 

More About the Book

DEADLY PURSUIT

When aid worker Lexi Shannon is abducted at gunpoint in Mali, she quickly learns her kidnappers are really after her brother—and the money he’s stolen. Landing at the secluded desert compound, ex-military pilot Colton Landry has a clear mission: rescue his brother, who’s being held for ransom. But after discovering the kidnappers also have Lexi, there’s no way he’s leaving her behind. Their daring escape soon turns into a deadly chase when their plane is shot down, stranding them in the desert. Making a desperate run for the Moroccan border, Lexi and Colton must trust each other and rely on their strength and ingenuity to survive. But it may not be enough to outrun and outsmart their relentless pursuers…

 

 

 

 

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