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Incriminating Evidence (Love Inspired Suspense) Mass Market Paperback – July 5, 2016
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About the Author
Rachel Dylan writes inspirational romantic suspense. Although a Georgia girl at heart, she traded in the sunny South for the snowy Midwest. She lives in Michigan with her husband and five furkids—two dogs and three cats.
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As with all of Rachel Dylan books there is such a calmness when you read them. If you have not read any of her books I highly recommend this book and all of her others books. They are all inspirational and she is now on my to buy book list.
This book was provided by the author for an honest review.
The other part of her books that I really love is how well she weaves faith into her stories. All throughout this book both of the main characters constantly talk about their faith and how important it is to them. I especially liked it in this book because both characters really learned to truly rely on God in their lives and really lived out that faith as they prayed continuously.
I really loved both characters in this book. Zach and Jessica made a great pair both being new in their fields. But I loved how both of them were excelling in their jobs even though they were young. I was surprised at how fast Jessica was able to come around to being comfortable around Zach given her past but not too surprised since this was a shorter book and there wasn't as much time to give her. I was glad to get to know two characters that didn't have perfect childhoods but still managed to move on in life to find successful careers that they loved.
Love Inspired Suspense books honestly always move to fast for me. But I know that is the nature of the type of book they are. The more LIS books I read the more I discover of how the plots work so things usually wrap up the way that I expect them to but Dylan does an excellent job of taking the mold her books are supposed to fit into and still making me guess who the bad guy is. I tried to think of who it was in this book and was surprised in the end at who it was! I was a little disappointed in part of the culmination but still loved the book.
All in all I really loved this book. LIS books are perfect for a lazy afternoon on the couch when you want suspense but also a great romance. I can't wait to read more LIS from Dylan in the future along with her independently published books.
I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.
At first I thought this book was some what predictable but just like any good book it just got better and things changed real quick. This book is completely captivating and will keep you guessing to the very end. I was completely surprised by the ending and thought it was going one way and it so did not happen that way. This book is a good clean romance and you really can not go wrong with it. I found it hard to put down and found it a really quick read. This book is so worth the read and so worth the purchase.
This was my first Love Inspired Suspense book to try. I’ll try a few others before I make a final judgment call, but it reminded me of a T.V. episode vs. a full length movie. Not too long, and not quite as pristine as a full novel (e.g. Rachel Dylan’s own, “Deadly Proof”). It felt like 80% of this book was dialogue, so I didn’t feel as connected to the characters. At the same time, I cannot say that they were undeveloped. Jessica had current goals as well as a tough inner struggle from her abusive childhood. Zach worked on instincts and had a lot of lessons to learn. Both were rookies in their fields, striving to do right in a very confusing mystery.
The mystery itself was intriguing. I didn’t quite piece together who all was working for who, but some things were slightly predictable. Overall I enjoyed it.
There were many references to Jessica’s and Zach’s faith in God throughout the book. The extent of it was mainly faith and prayers for protection, but it was consistent.
The romance was slow and not extremely emotional. There were a couple of kisses, some admission of falling in Love, but overall, it was chaste.