Friday, September 09, 2011

Book Review: Deadly Pusuit by Irene Hannon

Alison Taylor is a social worker who tirelessly works to give families a better life. Even pushing past her own pain and exhaustion from a car accident, she fights for the children she cares so much about. That doesn't give her much time for a social life, but it seems there might even be hope for that on the horizon in her brother's partner on the police force. Mitch Morgan is handsome, charming and caring and as an ex- Navy seal, he is definitely someone you want on your side in a dangerous situation. And that is just what Alison finds herself in.
Alison starts to get some unwanted attention from a secret admirer - or maybe not so much of an admirer. When things start to get creepy, the people who care about Alison need to fight as hard as Alison to keep her safe!

This is the second book in the Guardians of Justice series and I enjoyed this book as much as the first.  It's funny to think that someone who looks as innocent as Hannon does in the picture on the book can write such twisted characters :-) It was definitely a page turner, especially as the action heightened and there was lots of action. Just don't start it too late at night :-)

Thanks to Revell Publishers for a free copy of this book to review.

Available September 2011 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group

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