Thursday, April 26, 2018

Tripwire by Traci Hunter Abramson {Blog Tour Review and Giveaway}

Tripwire by Traci Hunter Abramson
Kindle Edition, 272 pages
Published April 1st 2018 by Covenant Communications 
Source: I received a copy from the publisher, which did not influence my opinions

Jane Napierski is back at work at the job she loves—being a personal assistant to her friend Sienna Blake, a rising star actress. The duo is on location in Virginia Beach to film Sienna’s new TV series, along with costar Reed Forrester—the man with whom the world thinks Sienna is in love. Wrong.
Sienna’s heart actually belongs to her fianc√©, Craig, a Navy Seal with the Saint Squad. Craig must fly under the radar if he is to keep Sienna safe from his world of terrorists and toxic bombs. And Reed has no problem pretending to date his old friend Sienna simply because it means he can spend time learning more about Jane. Making a TV series is grueling work but not nearly as difficult as the treacherous adventure that is about to begin with a simple photo taken in the wrong place at the wrong time—an image worth killing for.
When Craig returns to the United States to spend time with Sienna, he’s not expecting to spend that time protecting her and Jane. Frightening incidents targeting the two women rapidly escalate, and as Craig and his Saint Squad investigate a tangled conspiracy, they find themselves tracking, here at home, the terrorists they have searched for across the globe. But can they shut the terrorists down in time to save Jane, Reed, and Sienna?

My Review: 4 Stars

One thing that I love about Traci Hunter Abramson's books is that they are full of suspense and crazy situations, yet the main characters are mostly "normal" people. I was so excited to get my hands on another Saint Squad novel.

This book has Craig and Sienna (from a previous book) as two of the main characters, but there are also new characters introduced. I loved the way the characters all came together in this race against time. Sienna is an actress, but she is very down-to-earth. Her assistant, Jane, and her co-star, Reed, have an attraction, but there are a few complications that try and thwart them, including a publicity romance and terrorists.

My heart pounded so hard, as I kept waiting for the terrorists and suspense to strike. I felt like a part of this story and was on the edge of my seat. The characters are easy to relate to and are likable (except for the bad guys, of course). I hope this isn't the end of the Squad!

Content: mild romance; mild religious themes, specific to the LDS church; mild+ violence.


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