Sorry I’m running a bit late today, friends. Computers are wonderful…until they crash on you. But, good news! Mine is up and running again just in time for a busy, busy blog month (seriously, there are so many features and giveaways to share with all of you next month. I’m looking forward to it!)
But enough about me and my computer woes, you’re here to check out what might be your next read! Are you a fan of romantic suspense? The Love Inspired Suspense authors definitely know how to keep you invested in their stories with the high-stakes and fast-paced action. Mary Alford’s new release (Oct 1, 2018) is not exception!
About the Book
Reunions can be deadly
Jamie Hendricks always believed her late father was innocent of murder…and now her uncle claims to have proof. But when she arrives in her hometown, her uncle has vanished—and someone wants her dead. Jamie’s ex-boyfriend, CIA agent Gavin Dalton, is the only person she trusts…even if he believes her dad killed his father. But can he help her uncover a deadly conspiracy that goes deeper than anyone expected?
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In My Opinion…
When Jamie’s uncle calls and tells her he knows who framed her father for murder, she immediately returns home. But someone thwarts her efforts before she can reach the man with the answers. To make matters worse, the man who rescues her is the same man who broker her heart—the one she once loved.
As Jamie and Gavin search for her uncle, they must stay ahead of the other mean looking for him. Who is involved in the man hunt and who can they trust?
Mary Alford keeps the pace fast and the energy high with close calls, doubt about the locals, and a mystery that needs to be solved before Jamie and Gavin can move forward. The fact that Gavin is not at his full capabilities through most of the story increases the intensity (and with cave-ins, explosions, and gunshots, that is already sky-high).
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