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Review: Hidden

Hidden by Vannetta Chapmanhidden
Reviewed by: Pam Graber
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Create Space Independent Publishing
Publication Date: September 18, 2014

Anyone who picks up “Hidden” by Vannetta Chapman expecting one of her sweet Amish mysteries has a major surprise in store! Hidden is romantic suspense, heavy emphasis on suspense!

Dana Jacobs has worked her way up to the supervisor position in the Taos office of Homeland Security. When explosives expert Ben Marshall joins her team, his immediate interest in her flusters the no-nonsense Dana. Her past has made placing her trust in men a difficult, nearly impossible, thing for Dana. She doesn’t even trust God, which is a stumbling block for Ben, who is a Christ-follower.

Soon after Ben’s arrival in Taos, incidents begin occurring that seem aimed at injuring or even destroying, Dana’s team. Ben’s expertise is called upon time and again, with the danger getting closer as each incident happens. As they unravel the clues, it becomes apparent that the madman behind the danger has Dana squarely in his sights.

Can Ben keep Dana safe when she doesn’t see the need for protection? Can they beat a killer at his own game?

While this book may start out a little slow, it gathers steam quickly and doesn’t slow down until the satisfying ending. Suspense readers are in for a treat with this one! And romance readers will enjoy Ben and Dana’s interaction as well. This was a great, “can’t put it down” story.

Rated PG: There is some explosive violence in this one. Otherwise, it should be OK for older kids and up.

Reviewer’s personal copy.

**As an independently published title, the opinions stated within this review remain solely those of the individual reviewer and do not reflect Radiant Lit’s endorsement. 

 

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