Thursday, May 15, 2014

Book Review: Fatal Exchange by Lisa Harris

Even though her whole family are in law enforcement, Emily Hunt is much happier in her quiet life as a high school teacher. She enjoys making a difference in her students lives. But one of her students is in big trouble, and it gets so much worse when he holds Emily and her class hostage with a gun. So much for not seeing the action the rest of her family does.
What makes matters more complicated is that the police officer dealing with her negations is none other than Mason Taylor, the officer her sister believes is responsible for her brother's death. Feelings that both Mason and Emily felt for each other when her brother was alive are still under the surface, making things tenser still.
They will have to rely on each other to help each other and the students get out safely. 

I enjoyed this second book in the Southern Crimes series and would highly recommend reading the first book before you start this one. I even wish I had gone back and re-read it before I started but I was able to remember the main details at least. I like that the main characters had a bit more background than just meeting and falling in love in a few chapters. There were some good plot twists too, but I don't want to spoil it  - you'll just have to read it  for yourself :-)

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

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