By Susan Sleeman
Published by Faithwords
NORA’S REVIEW: The FBI is searching for the Lone Wolf Bomber. It’s been all over the news. Tara is freaking out. She’s in an unimaginable situation. She went to her Aunt June’s shed and happened upon enough materials to make several bombs. Keeler (an old school friend) has rented the shed. It’s his stuff. This can’t be real. She acts quickly and calls the FBI hot line. In between cries, Tara tells all to agent Cal Riggins.
Cal helps her calm down and prepares her for what’s about to happen. Kind of like the beginning of the movie Taken. Agent Cal tells her where to hide and how to ready herself to make the first strike at Keeler when he bolted through the shed door. She tried to hold it together and not panic. Tara knew her life depended on thinking clearly.
This story had me in its grip from the first line and never let me go. “He was coming for her, and he was close.”
Cal and his “White Knight” FBI team are determined to catch this guy. Each member of his team is willing to do whatever it took to stop the bombing of innocent women to find themselves wearing a necklace bomb. Tara is determined to protect herself. She knows he’s out to kill her. It’s personal. She narrowly escaped with her life once. There wouldn’t be another chance.
This is one tightly wound storyline filled with twists and turns with likable and relatable characters, who track down a killer and fight with romantic tension along the way. This would make for a fun read and one to recommend to your book club. The author has included 10 discussions to help create lively discussion for your meeting time. This is one thrill ride you won’t want to miss!
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a complimentary copy of this book from netgally. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
Nora St. Laurent
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