Wednesday, June 21, 2017


When Trevor Willis offers Dani Carpenter her dream job as director of a new camp for children, she is thrilled. Dani intends to keep Trevor, a family friend, at arm’s length. But her heart changes toward him as they team up to protect Ady, the young daughter of a kidnapped scientist. 

After Trevor testifies against the son of Don Francisco Morales, a major supplier of heroin into the United States, Morales (aka the Scorpion) targets Trevor in a personal vendetta to destroy his reputation and then destroy everyone Trevor loves. 

With Ady tucked away in a secure location, Dani and Trevor embark on a chase that takes them from the forests of the Pacific Northwest to the jungles of Mexico. They must stop the Scorpion before he strikes again.

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Born in Illinois, Donna Fuller has lived in a variety of places and currently resides in Butler, Pennsylvania. At times she feels like a ping pong ball—bouncing from coast to coast and back again. Her grandchildren bring her the greatest joy. She has always been involved in writing, from journals to plays for Cub Scouts, to short stories for her children and as a reporter for a small newspaper. Donna has won awards for her writing and has also taught in writing workshops and retreats. She is the co-founder of the annual OHPA Writer’s Retreat in Western Pennsylvania. Her novels include A Strand of Doubt and CodeName Scorpion.

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This book started out with an attention-grabbing opening, then bogged down for a short time as the author acquainted the reader with the cast of characters. The beginning of the romance between Trevor and Dani, as well as the introduction to Ady, the four year-old that kept everyone on their toes, was well-written.

Once the action really got started, it was one incident after the other. The suspense and trying to figure out all the crosses and double-crosses kept me engaged and guessing. 

This story had a satisfying conclusion, with the characters, particularly Dani, staying true to the personalities they were given. The romance elements were sweet. It was obvious the religion of the main characters was an influending factor in their  lives, yet the story was not about religion. I think any reader who enjoys reading contemporary romantic suspense would enjoy this book.

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