Point of Danger by Irene Hannon

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


This is first book in a new series, and it starts of with a bang – almost. I was drawn in from the first line and kept turning the page to see what happens next. The story of a conservative talk show host who is targeted and told to “shut up” is sadly realistic to the times we find ourselves in. I admire Eve’s courage to stand up to the bully trying to silence her.
The internal battle Eve and Brent battle as feelings develop between them wasn’t contrite but born of previous hurts and emotional scars. As they work together to uncover the truth of Eve’s tormentor, they grow closer and have honest and open communication that breaks down the walls around their hearts.
The twist and turns made it hard to set the book down. I enjoyed the secondary characters and how their lives intersected with the heroines. I enjoyed the suspense elements as it wasn’t gritty or dark and the support of Eve’s family is touching.
I’m looking forward to the next book in the series. I’ve been a long time fan Irene Hannon, she always provides an enjoyable read.



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Point of Danger

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