Friday, November 2, 2018

Hidden Peril - a review

 Dangerous Illusions -- Irene Hannon

Hidden Peril by Irene Hannon is the second book in the Code of Honor series. As in Ms. Hannon's first book, this story was filled with suspense and a bit of romance.

Kristin Danes is all about helping. The owner of a fair trade shop, she features items that helps others around the world. That is, until one of her employees ends up dead.

Luke Carter has grieved the loss of his wife, and is not looking for a relationship. But when he meets Kristin at a mutual friends wedding, things change. When the Detective is called in on the murder, his attraction to Kristin continues to spark. With a second murder of one of Kristin's customers, the tie draws them closer together.

The story, and how it all plays out, could be one of a current day headline. Ms. Hannon's excellent writing, and thorough research, had me captured by the first couple of chapters. I started suspecting the villain early on, but until it was reveled, I wasn't totally sure. This was a good suspense novel, and anyone who enjoys good clean books, will enjoy this new novel.

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the publisher. All views expressed are my honest opinion.