Book Review: ‘Under Surveillance’ by Jodie Bailey

She might not be the criminal he thinks she is…

When his neighbor—and suspect—Macey Price is attacked and nearly kidnapped, army operative Trey Blackburn comes to her rescue. But this new development throws a wrench in his undercover assignment to surveil and befriend Macey. Is she a traitor selling government secrets…or is she being framed? The rules no longer apply, because in one night his mission changes—from proving her guilt to saving her life.
Jodie Bailey is the author of Quilted by Christmas, as well as two suspense novels, Freefall and Crossfire and a novella in Holiday Defenders. Her devotions have appeared in Fighting Fear: Winning the War at Home and Sweet Freedom with a Slice of Peach Cobbler. She is also a contributor to PWOC International’s e100 Bible study for military wives. Her memberships include American Christian Fiction Writers.

When not at the keyboard, Jodie is a former middle school literature teacher and yearbook adviser who is convinced a camping trip to the beach with her family, a good cup of coffee, and a great book can cure all ills. Jodie lives in North Carolina with her husband, her daughter, and two dogs.
My Rating 4 Stars!

If she couldn’t trust the people closest to her, how could she trust a God who was far away?

Jodie Bailey again brings her readers a wonderfully fast-paced suspense novel. When Macey Price is out running, she returns to her yard to see lights in the windows. Lights she did not leave on. Two men are searching her house and want to kill her! Macey is at a complete loss as to why. After all, she is a physical therapist with nothing anyone could want.

Trey Blackburn, Macey’s neighbor, comes to her rescue that night. An army operative on a mission, this event messes up his mission to make friends with Macey and keep an eye on her for being a traitor to the government. But Trey has serious doubts about this. Is he letting his growing attraction to Macey get in the way of his better judgment? As the threats and attempts on her life ramp up, Trey is determined to get to the bottom of this. IF Macey can live long enough.

Bailey pours on the excitement from the get-go and it never lets up. Constant suspense and a thrilling ride to the very end. I was all in! Recommended.

My thanks to the publisher and author for a copy of this book. I received no compensation and the opinion in this review is my own. 

Publisher: Love Inspired
Publication Date: February 1, 2021
Genre: Inspirational Suspense

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