Flash Point review

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About the book:

 

Directionally-challenged architect Sarah Brockman never thought getting lost on the way to a job site would put her life in danger. When the man who helps her out goes missing, Sarah is the last one that saw him. But her attempts to help the police thrust her into a series of events that could cost her—and those close to her—everything.

 

Fire Captain Joe Romero is navigating personnel problems on his squad as well as a woman from his past who has come back to haunt him. But he has let too many things get in the way of his pursuit of Sarah. And now that she is in danger, he’ll stop at nothing to protect her. Even if it comes with a big price.

 

With Sarah’s architectural firm and Joe’s career at risk, they must learn to trust each other completely if they want to find the man trying to burn down everything dear to Sarah. But can they discover his identity in time? Or will they lose everything, including each other?

 

Flash Point is book 2 in the Hometown Heroes series, but it can be read as a stand alone. If you like Christian romantic suspense and nail-biting page turners, you’ll love this journey of trust and survival. Read Flash Point and jump into the adventure today.

 

Release January 16, 2019 on Amazon Click here for the link

 

My Review:

 

While reading this book I kept thinking it would make a great movie. A lot of drama, suspense, and wonderful characters.

Joe was my favorite character. He is a firefighter and will go to any length to save someone from a fire. He recused a dog who became a great comfort to Sarah. She cares for the dog while Joe is working long hours at the fire station. Having a dog in a book always adds so much to the story.

This is part of a series that can be read as a stand-alone. I will be reading the other books to find out more about the other characters. I do recommend this book.

I received a complimentary copy of the book. I was not required to write a positive review. This is my own opinion.

 

 

About the Author:

JL Crosswhite’s favorite thing is discovering how much there is to love about America the Beautiful and the great outdoors. She’s an Amazon bestselling author, a mom to two navigating the young adult years while battling her daughter’s juvenile arthritis, exploring the delights of her son’s autism, and keeping gluten free. A California native who’s spent significant time in the Midwest, she’s thrilled to be back in the Golden State. Follow her on social media to see all her adventures and how she gets inspired for her books!

 

 

 

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