Review: Midnight Abduction

Midnight Abduction (Tactical Crime Division #3)


Ride along on the riveting cases of the Tactical Crime Division — TCD. An elite team of FBI agents specializing in high-risk threats.

For the Tactical Crime Division, no case is left cold.

When Benning Reeves’s twins are kidnapped, the frantic father knows who can help: the Tactical Crime Division and Ana Ramirez. Even though Ana once shattered Benning’s heart, the special agent is the only one he can trust. But Ana is still tormented by the unresolved case that brought them together years before—a case somehow entangled with Benning’s children. It’s up to the TCD and Ana to discover why…before it’s too late.

From Harlequin Intrigue: Seek Thrills. Solve Crimes. Justice Served.

Discover the lives and loves of the remaining team members in the Tactical Crime Division series:
Book 1: 48 Hour Lockdown by Carla Cassidy
Book 2: Secret Investigation by Elizabeth Heiter
Book 3: Midnight Abduction by Nichole Severn
Book 4: Running out of Time by Cindi Myers

Rating: 4.5-stars


Midnight Abduction by Nicole Severn is packed full of danger, grief, and the fight to survive. A father finds a hidden skull, is almost attacked, hides the skull only to find that his kids have been taken. From there, chaos reins. The man is torn about what to do. He goes to the FBI asking for the one agent who turned him down seven years ago. Loss, betrayal, and hurt explode with every page. There is so much action, it was like watching a Jason Bourne spy movie live. The emotional journey is epic. The cast of characters were perfect. Starting with the damaged emotionally inside, FBI agent, Ana, to the father of the missing kids. There was not a single moment of boring scenes or not understanding what was happening. Nicole Severn has caught my full-attention with her latest book, Midnight Abduction. I look forward to reading more books written by her soon.

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