Friday, April 23, 2010

In Harm's Way by Irene Hannon - REVIEWED

Folks, if romantic suspense is what you’re looking for, look no further! Irene Hannon’s Quantico series is over the top! In Harm’s Way features Special Agent Nick Bradley and his acquaintance with a lovely school teacher named Rachel Sutton. Rachel discovers a rather innocent looking Raggedy Ann doll buried in the snow and ice as she is on her way home. Thinking she will return a precious doll to a broken-hearted child, she picks it up to turn it in to lost and found, and her world is suddenly turned upside down!

Rachel turns to the FBI for help, and Nick Bradley winds up as the available agent when she comes into the office. Not quite believing that Rachel has sensed danger from this dirty, lost Raggedy Ann doll, he is quite skeptical about her concerns. When he witnesses her terror and realizes that her concern is genuine, he begins to investigate one of the most unusual cases of his career. What neither of them expected was to discover companionship along the way. This story begins and ends with heart-pounding, nerve-wracking scenarios, and it is a story that will leave a haunting sense of God’s goodness and mercy long after the final pages.

I loved Nick in the other books of this series, and I’m so glad he gets his own story! Good looking, talented in home restoration, health conscious and deeply rooted in his faith despite a broken past, Nick just holds a lot of appeal to me. And, by the end of this story, he holds a great deal of appeal to one Rachel Sutton! Get ready for a fascinating, kind of nerve-wracking ride with Irene hannon’s In Harm’s Way! What a terrific romantic suspense!

Available April 2010 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.


Irene Hannon is the bestselling author of more than 30 novels, including Against All Odds and An Eye for an Eye. Her books have been honored with the coveted RITA Award from Romance Writers of America, the HOLT Medallion, and the Reviewer's Choice Award from Romantic Times BOOKreviews magazine.

For more information about Irene and her books, visit her website at

1 comment:

Mocha with Linda said...

This was such a good book.