Review: Point of Danger

Point of Danger (Triple Threat, #1)

Synopsis:

Radio talk show host Eve Reilly is used to backlash from her pot-stirring on-air commentary and interviews, but now it seems a disgruntled listener is resorting to more than angry words to express their displeasure. When a suspicious package arrives on her doorstep, Eve turns to law enforcement for help.

Police detective Brent Lange can’t find any evidence to link the string of unsettling incidents that follows, but he’s convinced they’re connected. As the harassment grows more menacing, it becomes clear someone wants Eve’s voice silenced–permanently.

But unless he can track down her foe, fast, the gutsy woman who is willing to take risks for what she believes–and who is swiftly winning his heart–may not survive.

Bestselling author and three-time RITA Award winner Irene Hannon is back with a heart-stopping new series that will have you turning pages well into the night.

Rating: 4.5-stars

Review:

Point of Danger by Irene Hannon is a great start to a new series. This romantic suspense starts off well with the danger being immediate and deadly. A young woman comes home to find a package ticking and a wire sticking out. Reacting quickly she misses the danger and saves others. The police are called in and her life is never the same.

I really liked the heroine. She was bold and straight to the point. Plus, she put others’ lives ahead of hers. Then there was the hero of the story, Brent. Brent is in charge of the investigation dealing with the deadly bomb threat that Eve received. Brent is less bold than Eve is. Eve is a go getter with everything whereas Brent is fast or as bold on some things. They make a great pair.

Also, I loved the conservative character Eve. Finding a character like that in fiction is like finding a needle in a haystack. But it was refreshing and enjoyable. Mostly everything is written with a left side point of view and this was different. However, that doesn’t mean one side is better than the other. It was just nice to have a fictional heroine that shared the same point of view on things. I loved it!

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