I really enjoyed this book for several reasons.
Sandra is currently writing a series of books based on Undercover Policemen. The underlying theme is how living a double life can affect their Christian walks and their relationships. This premise has really intrigued me and I reviewed Sandra's first book HERE.
Big city detective Ethan Reed is working deep undercover at a Christian youth detention center. The kind of place he spent some harrowing time in as a kid. Ethan’s mission: ferret out who’s recruiting resident teens for a drug ring. He expects help from the lovely, devoted director of Hope Manor. But Kim Corbett won’t tell Ethan anything— even when she’s threatened and attacked. When Ethan discovers what Kim is protecting, his guarded heart opens just a bit wider. Enough to make this the most dangerous assignment of his career.
This is the second book in Sandra’s series, Undercover Cops:
Fighting for justice puts their lives—and hearts—on the line.
The heroine is Ginny’s friend from Deep Cover, but her career and character were inspired by the passion of Sandra’s pastor’s daughter for her work at a faith-based youth detention facility.
When I opened this book, the first thing I liked was the chemistry between the characters. Who wouldn't want to be rescued by Hotness Himself? I loved that the main character Kim has this "thing" for policemen. She was a very likable character for me, especially in her interactions with her best friend. Besides the great attraction between the characters, I also loved that I couldn't figure out who the villain was or what exactly was going to happen. Sandra did a great job of keeping the reader guessing and the plot moving. I'll definitely be reading more of her books!
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Link to book on Harlequin.
Have you read this any of Sandra's books? What do you think about using deception to bring about justice?
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