Monday, September 12, 2011
DEADLY PURSUIT by IRENE HANNON
We meet up with Alison Taylor once again. She is piecing her life back together after a terrible accident. She is surrounded by two brothers who not only love her, but are willing to protect her with every fiber of their being. I love seeing this family come together in such closeness. Alison is working as a Social Worker and is very involved in her cases. They are not just numbers to her. They are families and Alison loves children. She is wanting to make a difference in the lives of those she touches.
After diving into a case she now has strange happenings that are becoming frightening. There is someone very angry at Alison and wants revenge. We see Alison as she is healing from her accident and trying hard to put the past behind her. She meets, Mitch Morgan, a Navy Seal, who is her brother's partner, and we see these two characters come together. Mitch has had a time of his own lately and faith just isn't at the top of his priority list.
Alison is a strong character. We have seen her over come trial before, but now she is fighting for her life in a new way. One that she never expected. This is an edge of your seat thriller!
This is one of those stories that holds characters you fall in love with. With Irene's writing style you get to meet each one and learn about them. She takes you to that next level and I must say, she is a gift. This is certainly a terrific read and one I loved. If you haven't checked, Irene Hannon, out yet, you are missing out!
This book was a gift from Revell for it's review.
Irene Hannon is the author of more than 35 novels, including the CBA bestsellers Against All Odds, An Eye for an Eye, and In Harm's Way. Her books have been honored with the coveted RITA Award from Romance Writers of America, the HOLT Medallion, the Daphne du Maurier award, and two Reviewer's Choice Awards from Romantic Times BOOKreviews magazine. She lives in Missouri.
Click on to this link to see my review of Fatal Judgement: http://robinsnest66.blogspot.com/2011/01/fatal-judgement-by-irene-hannon.html