Friday, January 29, 2016

Thin Ice - A Review

Published - January 2016, Revell Books
Series - Men of Valor Book 2
Author - Irene Hannon
Title - Thin Ice
Format - ebook, paper
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Over the past year, Christy Reed has lost her parents in a car accident and her sister in a house fire. Having finally gotten to a point where she feels that her grief is manageable and that she can move on, she receives in the mail an envelope addressed in her sister's handwriting with a note claiming she's still alive. Warned against contacting the police, Christy reaches out to the FBI office. Special Agent Lance McGregor is the agent who is available to meet with her. As he digs into the case, he has more questions than answers. He also finds himself fighting his attraction to Christy. But when her life is threatened, can Lance and his agents solve the case before Christy is killed?

I've enjoyed every single one of Irene Hannon's romantic suspense books that I've read. While this is the second one in a series, it stands alone. I'd been told that this book would be a page turner, and the friend who told me that was correct. This book is indeed a page turner.

The action in this book starts with a bang and kept me turning pages until the end. I enjoyed catching up with Lance's brother Mac in this book too.

I liked Lance. I liked how he went with his gut on so many different decisions. I love the bond that he shares with his brothers. And I'm really looking forward to Finn's book when it comes out late this year or next year.

While this review may not be as detailed as some of my others, it's not that I didn't enjoy the book. It's just that it's hard to talk about the book without giving away MAJOR spoilers, so it's a shorter review.

I received this book for free from the publisher for the purpose of reviewing. My thoughts and opinions are my own.

Recommended to fans of Irene Hannon, Lynette Eason, Dani Pettrey, romantic suspense.

Rating - 4 stars

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