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Review: Targeted

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Review: Targeted

Targeted by Sandra Robbinstargeted
Reviewed by: Pam Graber
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Larkspur Lane Press
Publication Date: April 22, 2016

Ten years ago Ash DeHan left Lainey to train with the Firebrand Brotherhood, expecting to be gone a short time and return to a life with the woman he loved. Life didn’t work that way. He returns from a deadly mission with the elite group of ex-military personnel to discover that not only did Lainey not wait for him, but she married his brother and had his child. Ash vowed never to return to his hometown, so strong was the betrayal he felt, and he’s kept that vow for ten years. Then, he gets a mysterious message written on his bill at the diner, telling him that Lainey is in trouble and he needs to call her. The dead bodies of the diner’s cook and waitress add urgency to the message.

Lainey DeHan thought her home’s security system would protect her and Max – until it didn’t. When two men break into her home, hold her at knifepoint, and insist that she tell Ash to come home, Lainey tells them she doesn’t know how to contact him. No problem, she’s told, he’ll be calling you and if he doesn’t come home, we’ll be back. First for your son, then for you. Frantic, Lainey awaits Ash’s call, and when it comes, her story brings him and the rest of Firebrand to her doorstep.

Can Ash keep the woman he never stopped loving safe from his threatening past? As he deals with the present threat, will it be their shared past that hurts them both the most?

What a thrill ride! This book starts at the top of the first rollercoaster hill and screams through twists and turns and more hills so fast it’s hard to keep up. Lainey’s whole focus for the last 10 years has been protecting Max and making sure her past could never hurt him. When her past is forced back into her life, I loved the strength she called on to handle everything that happened.

Suspense readers will love this book. Once I started it, I could not put it down. Readers of Love Inspired Suspense will be familiar with Sandra Robbins, who has many titles out under that imprint. This one is definitely one that grabs you by the throat and doesn’t let go until the final conflict.

Rated PG-13: There are many, many deaths in this one and a young child is threatened and kidnapped. This is a great story but not for young children.

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

 

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