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people coming after her. People want both Tess and Jake dead, and their enemies would be very pleased if they could make them suffer before they die. Wonderfully done twists, turns and surprises.
I liked Tess just as much, no, that's too tame, I loved Tess. And I enjoyed the way she was getting more accurate in understanding of who she really was. I liked how in one conversation with Jake, she realized there were times that he wasn't really all that patient with her. But then she thought, "but then I could vex a person to distraction if I set my mind to it." Yes, she knows herself pretty well. I still enjoy the phrases that the author used as Tessa's thoughts. It sure fit her personality. Like, "he was as slippery as a cottonmouth water moccasin and just as venomous." Or "hope surfaced, gasped for air and drowned before I could throw it a life preserver." Probably my favorite had to do with a mushy thought she started to have, "I stopped that train before it pulled into the depot, derailing it on purpose." If these kind of things annoy you, don't worry there wasn't an excess of them.
I think this book can stand on its own if you haven't read the first book because of a few of the flashbacks that were included. They didn't take over the book, but added to the story. I just have to mention that I liked how they were done, you know that you are going into a past situation and even the type of print used marks it even clearer. Not all books do that, in my experience. I do have to say that if you haven't read the first book, you might want to. Because although there were flashbacks in this book, there is no way that it covered it all. There was plenty of action and twists and turns that you would also enjoy in Book 1.
I was given a copy of this book and this is my honest opinion of it.
In Crisis of Serenity, the second book of the Crisis Series, author Denise Moncrief weaves another intriguing tale that keeps the reader on their toes as Tess and Jack's story unfolds. The reader was originally introduced to Tess and Jack in Crisis of Identity, the first book of the series, and now in Crisis of Serenity, the author recounts Tess and Jack's complex backstory and smoothly interweaves it with their troubled past that comes back to haunt them with danger lurking around every corner as they search for Tess' kidnapped niece.
Crisis of Serenity is an intense, action packed, and multi-layered story that has enough intrigue, danger, tension, drama, and suspenseful twists and turns that keeps the reader sitting on the edge of their seat, and guessing what will happen next. And if trying to stay alive while searching for Tess' niece isn't enough, the author throws in an emotional romantic twist between Tess and Jack that jacks up the exciting storyline another notch. This is a riveting story that will take the reader on an exhilarating roller coaster ride, leaving them wanting more!
If you are a fan of thrilling romantic suspense novels, then Crisis of Serenity is the book for you!
Disclaimer: I received a copy of the book from the author / publisher in exchange for my honest review.
Tess is in the Witness Protection program after testifying against a criminal named Bennie at his trial resulting in years of prison time. In the meantime, someone is looking for Tess and she does not know who it is or how they found her location in Gatlinburg. She contacts her handler’s boss, Jake, who has feelings for Tess when her niece is kidnapped and needs help locating Joyce before she is harmed. The kidnappers have a carefully laid plan that places Tess and Jake in danger and running for their lives.
Crisis of Serenity has a good story line with action and suspense but I could not connect with the main characters Tess and Jake or their romantic involvement. Additionally, there is an excerpt from Stutter Creek by Ann Swann giving a sneak peek into the theme of the novel. Nonetheless, this is a good crime drama with chick-lit romance and worth the read.
I received this book free from the CLP Blog Tour program in exchange for an honest opinion in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission Guidelines.