- File Size: 7989 KB
- Print Length: 942 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Georgia Press LLC (September 5, 2017)
- Publication Date: September 5, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0721HGR9L
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Targeted for Danger: Eight Christian Romantic Suspense Novellas Kindle Edition
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Wow! Even though this is a novella, it is packed with a powerful backstory, a believable love story, and a good dose of danger! It was the wonderful blend of these three things that kept me reading anxiously to see how everything would turn out.
I really liked the two main characters, Kade and Haddie. They had a complicated past of unrequited love and lost chances. This story is connected to the Montana Rescue series because there are a couple of characters from that series who show up in this book. However, it can be read as a stand alone story if you have not read the other series.
Deadly Secrets by Margaret Daley -
I could not put this thrilling novella down! Right from the start, danger wove its way onto the pages of this highly emotional story. The author was able to illustrate the powerful impact that secrets have on families and relationships. I enjoyed the way the secrets were slowly revealed throughout this novella, even as it was hard to see those secrets come to light and the hurt that they could cause. I loved these two main characters! Sarah and Hunter were great characters that I felt for and desired a happily ever after for.
Double Exposure by Elizabeth Goddard -
This novella was fast paced and full of danger! The author kept me guessing right up to the end. I loved the setting of the wolf sanctuary and the frantic race to stay alive. The characters were interesting and likable. This is another enjoyable novella that I read as a part of the Targeted for Danger collection. I would definitely recommend this collection (or the individual books) to fans of romantic suspense.
Lethal Homecoming by Lynette Eason -
I really enjoyed this suspenseful tale. It was hard to know who exactly wanted Callie dead. I thought I knew, but I didn't have everything quite figured out. Made for an exciting read!
I liked the characters and was happy for Callie and Nolan to perhaps get a chance at a happily ever after the second time around. Great for fans of romantic suspense.
Cold Terror by Susan Sleeman -
Cold Terror really kept me guessing! The suspense of who was trying to kill Hannah was very captivating and the attraction between the two main characters was ramped up for me by the past that they needed to overcome.
This was the first book that I have read by this author and I definitely plan to read more. It was also the introduction to a series that I look forward to reading.
Taken by Dark by Christy Barritt -
After reading this novella as part of the Targeted for Danger collection, I am now determined to read the other books in the Carolina Moon series because I enjoyed this one so much!
The suspense was good. There were some dangerous situations and creepy scenarios. But, wow! The chemistry between these two characters fueled the story for me. I really enjoyed their backstory and hearing a bit about other characters in the series. Now, I just need to go read the other stories and find out what happened to bring certain people together!
Double Exposure by Elizabeth Goddard:
When Epidemiologist Tara Blackburn witnesses the destruction of an African village at the hands of someone she trusted, once looked up to, her only thought is to flee. When Grant McCall shows up at the Wolf Sanctuary where Tara is hiding, she fears she’s been found.
Yet, there’s a connection to this man she’s just met. In spite of everything that’s happened, she trusts him to protect her.
The pace of this novella is set at sprint from the first pages and ramps up as Tara and Grant race to discover the players behind the bioterrorism threat. But even members of terrorist organizations can double cross each other.
The tension and chemistry between Tara and Grant are believable even though they just met. The question of who the bad guys are and the action keeps the story moving at a fast clip until the satisfying conclusion.
Cold Terror by Susan Sleeman:
When Gage Blackwell sees someone in the water during a storm, his rescue skills immediately kick in, the response ingrained in him. Little does he know the woman in the water is the one he left for adventure. The one he hasn’t forgotten. As Gage vows to protect Hannah, he must also protect his heart.
Susan Sleeman adds some unique elements to this story—an injured ex-Navy SEAL who has created a place for others like him to put their skills to good use, a little girl with a lifelong disability, and a killer who is not after the obvious.
The combination creates a tense and satisfying story where the connection between Gage and Hannah is as intense as the suspense.
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