Tuesday, March 22, 2016
First Responders Book 4
Darcie, an EMT, is on the way to visit a friend when she's grabbed from behind. The attacker is clearly intending to strangle her. Darcie manages to escape and runs towards her friend's house. But when she hears and feels shots whizzing by her head, she places a call to her friend Noah, a police officer. Soon Noah and Darcie are in a race to see who wants Darcie dead as more and more attempts are made on her life.
The book begins with the tension high and never really lets up. The author has set the scene with the attempted murder and carries the suspense throughout the entire book. It felt like there was a little more emotional drama with the two main characters than the other books, but with their backgrounds it fit well with the romance that was blooming. I enjoyed getting to know more about the other people on the First Responders team as well. The elements of faith that were subtly woven throughout the story were a great addition that gave heart to the book. The author does a great job of pulling you in to the story and making you feel a part of the scene. The characters are real and relatable. This is another great book that can definitely be read as a stand-alone. But the series is great, so I'd highly recommend picking up the previous books first.
I received this book free of charge in exchange for my honest review.