Saturday, August 20, 2016

Review of Deadly Encounter by DiAnn Mills

Nutshell: Dr. Stacy Broussard wears many hats: volunteer airport ranger, vet, business owner, and unofficial foster mom for the 12 year old neighbor boy. She's on the path to adopting the neighbor, her vet business is gaining ground and her love of volunteering at the airport is keeping her life going. Her life takes an abrupt turn when she stumbles upon a murder scene on one of her routes at the airport and all of a sudden everything spins out of control. With being at the center of the investigation she is thrown in to the path of FBI Special Agent Alex LeBlanc who is a bit skittish around women. As threats pile around Stacy and lives are in danger, it is up to Alex to figure out who is targeting her and how to handle what she is doing to his heart as well.

Pro's: A great story with twists and turns that keep you reading until the very end.

Con's: Started off a bit slow but did gain momentum. It felt like this was a second or third book in a series with how backstory of the characters seemed vague.

Recommendation: If you enjoy suspense and mystery, this is the book for you!

Tyndale Publishers sent me this complimentary copy to review for them. Opinions expressed are my own.