It’s been awhile since I’ve written a review but this month I have several books to share with you. The first is Deadly Pursuit by Irene Hannon.
Deadly Pursuit is masterly written and intense, the story will keep your attention. The setting is very familiar to me–St. Louis and I felt that it was portrayed accurately.
There are elements in this book that I found disturbing and almost made me stop reading as the first major thing that happens involves a ???? I won’t tell you because if you want to read it, you’ll want that same sick feeling I got.
I almost didn’t review it because of what happens in the beginning of the book almost made me stop reading. But I did like the suspense and the writing.
This book provided by publisher for a fair review.
Award-Winning Author Delivers Edge-Of-Your-Seat Romantic
Alison Taylor is a young, single social worker recovering from a serious accident and a broken relationship, kept busy by her demanding job and her faithful canine companion, Bert. But when her police-detective brother pushes her into a blind date with his new colleague, ex-Navy SEAL Mitch Morgan, she’s not sorry—and neither is Mitch. When she begins to receive anonymous calls and threatening gifts, however, their relationship shifts into professional mode as well. And as Mitch works to protect the woman who is fast stealing his heart, he can only pray they’ll find her tormentor before the man’s game turns deadly.
Once again, Hannon delivers an accelerating thrill ride that will keep readers up late into the night.
Irene Hannon is the author of more than 35 novels, including the CBA bestsellers Against All Odds, An Eye for an Eye, In Harm’s Way and Fatal Judgment. Her books have been honored with the coveted RITA Award from Romance Writers of America (she’s a five-time finalist), the HOLT Medallion, the Daphne du Maurier award, and two Reviewer’s Choice Awards from Romantic Times Book Reviews magazine. She lives in Missouri. For more information about Irene and her books, visit her website at www.irenehannon.com.
posted by Diana Lesire Brandmeyer