Sunday, March 22, 2015

Top Secret Identity (Love Inspired Suspense) by Sharon Dunn

Title: Top Secret Identity (Love Inspired Suspense/Witness Protection #4)
Author: Sharon Dunn
Pages: 224
Year: 2014
Publisher: Harlequin
Note: I won a free copy of this book through a Goodreads First Reads giveaway in exchange for my honest opinion.

About the book:

     Her New Life

     Morgan Smith had to give up her name, her calling and her past when she entered the witness protection program. Now a caretaker of horses on an Iowa farm, she spends her days in the stables and helping kids learn to ride. But danger has followed her. She longs to tell her handsome boss, Alex Reardon, everything – about the troubled adoption agency she worked for, a missing infant and the attempt on her life. But sharing her past with Alex could put him in grave danger and lead a killer to their door.

My review:

     There is more romance than suspense in this novel.

     The two main characters are very clearly presented. Their pasts are slowly revealed explaining what makes each of them hesitant about getting involved with others. I was able to really get connected with Morgan and feel sorry for the situation that she is in.

     I am used to the Love Inspired Suspense line of books being filled with heart-pounding danger running throughout the book with calm moments strategically placed. Most of this book has a much more subtle suspense in it. Later in the story the danger did pick up and then it really captured my interest. I found that most of the way through, though, it was an enjoyable nice light romantic book to read. It was clean and yet there was plenty of attraction clearly spelled out, just the kind of romance that I love to read.

     I am giving this book a 4-star rating. I do recommend it to anyone who enjoys a calmer suspense with a very nice romance. I look forward to reading more books by this author.

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