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After reading the first two books over the past year or so, it felt like catching up with old friends again when I picked up this novel. I'd missed these characters and was anxious to see where life had taken them. But we didn't get to catch up for long, because the action and suspense begin almost immediately. The other books have focused primarily on other family members, but this story is very much Faith's. She's struggling with PTSD, along with trying to establish her veterinary practice and independence, while also dealing with family relationships fraught with tension.
Faith's relationship with Carter is also tension-filled, and they have to maneuver around several obstacles before hitting smooth waters. Carter is a new character to the series, and I enjoyed seeing his sometimes harsh, professional outer layers peel away to reveal a likable, gooey center. As much as I enjoyed Carter and Faith's relationship, as an animal lover, I thought the 'relationship' between Max and Ruby was adorable and charming.
It was nice to see these characters find their happily ever after (hopefully) and finish their story. If you're a fan of family drama and suspense with a dose of romance, you can't go wrong with this series.
Pride and Fall continues to follow the saga of the Keller Family. Faith Keller has had to overcome a lot in life—the untimely and tragic death of her twin sister, the near destruction of her family, and an abduction. Is it any wonder she suffers from PTSD?
Now with a new veterinary practice, Faith struggles to overcome her fears. At the same time, she wants to exert independence. However, she soon finds herself caught in the middle of a police investigation after she is suspected of drug dealing. Not only that, she is in danger from someone intent on making her appear guilty.
The action begins on page one and doesn’t stop until the end. If you love page-turning, suspense-filled stories, this book is for you.
Not only does Faith have to cope with her PTSD, she also struggles with her new veterinary practice. And when Officer Carter Emerson takes an interest in her, the pressure piles on. Torn between attraction to the attractive policeman and the fear from falling under suspicion, will life ever settle down for the Keller family?
Once again, the author brings us family drama, suspense, and romance all rolled into one delightful tale. I would highly recommend this trilogy.
This book starts off with a bang—literally—when Faith finds herself in the midst of a possible terrorist attack. Officer Emerson Carter and his K-9 partner Max respond to the call, and soon Faith is embroiled in the middle of Emerson’s investigation—and not in the manner she’d prefer. There are plenty of misunderstandings in the course of this story, especially between Faith and Emerson, but also plenty of heart-tugging moments. The conflict between characters is offset by the strength of their convictions and a lot of star-crossed confusions.
I’ve enjoyed all three stories in this series, but I think this may be my favorite. The mystery is intriguing, with tension developed to keep the reader eagerly flipping pages. The characters are well developed and feel like old friends. As always, the writing, plotting and pacing is superb. I am never disappointed when I pick up a book by this author, and PRIDE AND FALL is a great example of what has made Ms. Troilo a “must read” on my list. Highly recommended.