Saturday, March 1, 2014

Thread of Suspicion (The Justice Agency #4) by Susan Sleeman

Title: Thread of Suspicion (The Justice Agency #4)
Author: Susan Sleeman
Pages: 217
Year: 2013
Publisher: Harlequin Love Inspired Suspense
Note: I won a free copy of this book through a giveaway held by the author.

     Another incredible Christian suspense with plenty of twists.

     When someone sabotages former navy SEAL Luke Baldwin’s “unhackable” software, there’s more than his reputation at stake. Faced with treason charges, Luke turns to Dani Justice, a computer expert and skilled investigator. She’s eager to dive into the challenging case…until she uncovers a devastating connection. The hacker framing Luke has a personal, deadly history with Dani. Luke’s code of honor and his growing feelings make him resolved to protect the sweet, strong woman he knows is more vulnerable than she’d admit. But what good is his training or determination against an enemy who can hack into any system and find them wherever they hide?

     Once again Susan Sleeman has done a marvelous job of character development. While developing strong lead characters for this novel she has kept all of the characters from the previous books in this series straight and true to their personalities from the books they starred in. It was nice to see how Cole connected with Luke. I enjoyed the fact that both Dani and Luke were struggling to understand the timing of their meeting. Yet in the midst of their struggles they were open to seeing if it was God putting them together. They did need to have some prodding from their siblings but that’s what family is for right.

     I also liked the story development as I got a look at what type of things a hacker can do to mess with people. It was very entertaining and sucked me in as I was pulling for Dani and Luke to figure out who was behind it and bring the culprit to justice.

     As with each of the previous books in this series I have to give this one 5 stars. It is another job well done by Susan Sleeman. I highly recommend it.

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