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Review: Tangled Webs

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Review: Tangled Webs

Tangled Webs by Irene Hannontangledwebs
Reviewed by: Pam Graber
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Revell
Publication Date: October 4, 2016

When former Army Ranger Finn McGregor is awakened by someone screaming, he waits a moment to see if the screams he heard were his own. When the screams come again, he charges from his cabin through the woods to his nearest neighbor’s home where he finds Dana Lewis in the throes of a nightmare. Awakened by a large, armed man kicking through her bedroom door, Dana is understandably terrified. When she realizes that Finn is a fierce protector, she calms enough to see the fear for her in his actions. As they get to know one another they realize they could be looking at The One that each has been seeking.

Dana is a freelance book editor spending time at her grandfather’s cabin to heal both mentally and physically from a harrowing experience. Having Finn within shouting distance proves to be a God-send as many of her PTSD symptoms disappear when he is near. She feels safe, the purpose of retreating to the cabin in the first place. She feels safe, that is, until vandals target her property while she is sleeping. As the vandal’s attacks move from nuisance to potentially deadly, Finn begins to investigate. Can Finn and Dana work together to find the culprits before one of them dies?

Irene Hannon brings readers the third Men of Valor book in Tangled Webs. I enjoyed catching up with Finn’s brothers Mac and Lance and their wives as I read this story. I can’t imagine the pain endured by PTSD sufferers but Hannon shows that PTSD is not limited to the military and it can take over entire lives. Sometimes all we need to walk out of a dark valley is to have someone take our hand and lead us out. Dana does this for Finn but he also does it for her. And the suspense? It’s everything I’ve come to expect and love about Irene Hannon’s books. Loved these characters and the way their relationship builds. Romantic suspense readers will love this one!

Rated PG: People are killed in this one and one is held captive. This isn’t really a book for young children.

Reviewer’s copy was provided by the Publisher. Thank you!

 

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