Blind Spot by Dani Pettrey
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Pettrey has such a gift for weaving stories and characters together. I really enjoyed peeking into the lives of the characters from Chesapeake Valor again in this book. And I especially enjoyed getting to know Declan and Tanner a little bit more.
This book seemed to be a little heavier on the details than I remembered the first two books being - but perhaps I am remembering wrong? Either way I felt like I was getting a lot of information. But it was so intriguing at the same time. I was especially in awe of how so much happened so fast in one little setting at first in the story. In some ways it reminded me of the game of Clue.
Pettrey can craft suspense so well that there were quite a few things I didn't figure out in this book. I enjoyed many parts specifically but do not want to give anything away. I also like how a lot of authors are starting to include battles that are currently being fought by law enforcement.
I think that anyone that loves CSI would especially love this book.
I received a copy of this book from the publisher. This is my honest review.
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