Happy Friday!!! On Wednesday, I posted about COMBATTING FEAR by Sandy Vaile. Today, I’ve got a quick review for you!
This week, I’ve learned that I’m a sucker for a good Romantic Suspense. I should have know that already, but Combatting Fear made me fully aware of this. I had my iPhone read the book to me because it’s been a busy few days, and despite the computerized voice that I can only handle to a small degree, I was completely engrossed in this story. I even found myself staring off into space– listening and allowing myself to feel the heart racing moments in the story–when I should have been working (sorry, boss!) or cleaning the house or feeding my animals (sorry, cats!). Actually, the only thing I’m sorry about is that I read–err…listened–to this story way too quickly. It’s definitely going to be one that I read again. And I’ve grabbed Sandy’s previous novel, Inheriting Fear, that I’ll be diving into soon. Grab your copies of both books today, and don’t forget to enter the drawing below! You could WIN a copy of Combatting Fear!
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I received this book for free from CLP Blog Tours in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Combatting Fear by Sandy Vaile
Published by Crimson Romance on February 13, 2017
Genres: Romantic Suspense
How far would you go to save a child that wasn’t yours?
Mild-mannered kindergarten teacher Neve Botticelli leads a double life. Thanks to a childhood tragedy and her paranoid father, she’s a trained warrior with extreme survival skills who lives off the grid.
When self-made billionaire Micah Kincaid storms into town in search of his son, Rowan, he’s pushy, entitled, and stands for everything she despises. Micah can’t believe a kindergarten teacher is barring the way to him getting crucial information or even just a glimpse of the boy his cheating ex kidnapped. They share only one thing in common: either will do anything to protect the four-year-old, who they soon discover is being held for ransom by an outlaw motorcycle gang.
But as they work together to get Rowan back, they start to see beyond each other’s masks. Could falling in love be even more dangerous than hunting down deadly criminals?