Tuesday, September 03, 2013

Book Review: Trapped by Irene Hannon

Darcy is 16 years old and tired of too many rules. Her step-sister has done her best, but there is just no way and free spirit like Darcy and a stuffy librarian like Laura can make it work. So Darcy decides to follow her free spirit and head out to make a life for herself. Unfortunately, a winter storm keeps her from heading to her destination and she ends up on the street.

Laura is a librarian who is worried about the terrible things that could happen to her sister out on her own. The police can't do much, so she turns to a private detective agency hoping to find the help she desperately needs before it's too late.

Dev is a former ATF agent who is dedicated to his job and his professionalism. When Laura enters his life as a client, he has a hard time keeping the line between personal and professional clear. He needs to keep a clear head to find Darcy before something terrible happens....

Because something terrible is about to happen...

I really enjoy Irene Hannon's stories and usually finish them the day I start them. Good page turning action. The fast pace of the romance bugs me a little but besides that, it is a great read. Has a good fast pace and I like that she tells the story from everyone's point of view including the bad guy. This is the second book in the private justice series but I think it stands alone well.

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

Available August 2013 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.

1 comment:

Christina Banks said...

I just got my copy in the mail. I can't wait to read it!