My Rating: 5 stars!
‘She’d probably never get
over the sensation that someone was breathing down her neck or staring at her
through a sniper’s scope, seconds away from ending her life.’
Amy Brady is on the run again as once again her cover is broken. She is in the WITSEC program and never feels safe. Every time she gets used to one place, she is found by the folks who want her dead at all costs. She can’t even see her own twin sister. Sam Maldonado is the deputy marshal tasked with keeping Amy safe and he is determined to do just that. He never wants to lose someone in his care again. But are his feelings safe?
Jodie Bailey hits the ground running and the action continues until the very ending. I finished this book in less than 24 hours! The suspense is great, the characters well fleshed out and the spiritual theme so worthy. We all deal with fear from time to time, but we must trust God to not let it overwhelm us. Bravo!
*My thanks to the publisher and author for a preview copy of this book. The opinions expressed here are entirely my own.
Publisher: Love Inspired
Publication Date: June 1, 2019
Find the book here: https://amzn.to/2J3p6Nw
Jodie Bailey is the CBA Best-selling author of novels about freedom and the heroes who fight for it. Her second novel, Crossfire, was a RT Reviewers’ Choice Award winner and her contemporary romance Quilted by Christmas received the Selah Award and spent two months on the CBA Bestseller List. Jodie is also a public speaker and teacher who packs her novels with the knowledge she’s gained as an Army wife.
Jodie Bailey grew up in Eastern North Carolina, where she developed a love for golden sand and the Atlantic Ocean. She started writing stories as soon as she learned how to put sentences together, and spent her childhood and teen years making her best friends’ dreams come true on paper.
In college, she met the love of her life–a soldier who rides a Harley and jumps out of airplanes for fun. This prompted a whole lot of moving from place to place, and she had no idea how much those moves would work their way into her stories. For ten years, she pursued her second love, teaching. Now a full-time writer, she still teaches part-time because the kids keep her young and, every once in awhile, she needs some time away from the imaginary characters.
Jodie currently lives in North Carolina with her husband, her daughter, and two dogs who think they rule the world.