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Blind Spot Book Review

 

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Just in time for your holiday vacation, I present to you a new series by Dani Pettrey–Chesapeake Valor. The series focuses on a team of FBI agents, who work for the Lord by fighting against evil.

In the third book in the series, Blind Spot, FBI agent Declan Gray teams up with the new FBI crisis counselor, Tanner Shaw, to discover a terrorist cell that has worked its way onto American soil. Thrown together, the two soon realize that their feelings for each other are more than just professional.

Meanwhile, the rest of the team is on the case of discovering why an old friend is being accused of stealing from his clients. But before they get too involved, he winds up dead, and two of his clients are missing. Determined to find out who would kill and frame their friend, the team works together to solve the mystery before the case gets cold.

And to throw a wrench in all of their plans, another old friend shows up from the dead, causing the team to question where his loyalties lie and for his old girlfriend, Katie, to question his true feelings for her. What is Luke up to, and can he be a part of their team again?

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I was thrown into the middle of this series, not realizing that I was actually starting with the third book, so I was unfamiliar with the characters, which made it difficult to initially dive into. I usually love Dani’s writing, but this book felt more of the romance genre than a mystery piece. I also felt like having two cases was a bit much for this book. They didn’t tie together in any way, and it was a lot to go back and forth from one case to another.

I did like how Dani brought a lot of attention to how a Christian would handle him/herself in this type of career, seeking God’s direction and guidance at every turn. There is a strong Christian theme throughout the story, and I didn’t feel that it was forced into the plot at all. It was just a natural thread throughout the book.

I can recommend this book, even though I don’t think it was Dani’s best work. She is still an excellent writer, and I did enjoy the story.

*I was given this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for my honest review.

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