In this collection of gripping novellas from the top authors of Christian romantic suspense, sins of the past lead to danger in the present.
In Dee Henderson's "Missing", a Wyoming sheriff is called to Chicago when his elderly mother goes missing. Paired with a savvy Chicago cop, the two realize her disappearance is no accident, and a race against the clock begins.
Dani Pettrey returns to Alaska with "Shadowed", introducing listeners to the parents of her beloved McKenna clan. Adventure, romance, and danger collide when a young fisherman nets the body of an open-water swimming competitor who may actually be a possible Russian defector.
Lynette Eason's "Blackout" delivers the story of a woman once implicated in a robbery gone wrong. The loot has never been found - but her memory of that night has always been unreliable. Can she remember enough to find her way to safety when the true culprit comes after her?
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Not Fond of Novellas but These 3 Were Good
Yes. The audiobooks add another dimension to these stories. I love Therese Plummer's style as her voice adds a "zing" to the story which keeps you captivated & energized throughout Lynette Eason's (a fav of mine!) "Blackout."
You can feel the fear and panic and desperation in Macy when she discovers that her phone has been removed and the window is open as though someone had entered her house to harm her. With Lynette Eason's writing and Therese Plummer's intense narration skills, all of that fear, panic, etc come through and puts the reader right there with Macy. There were also several such moments in Dani Pettrey's, "Shadowed."
Of course, I loved Chad in Blackout but I also loved Ben in Shadowed.
I loved, John's mother, Martha, in Dee Henderson's, "Missing." She was a delightfully spunky senior citizen who kept her wits about her. Kinda reminded me of "Murder She Wrote."
I really do not like novellas. However, since these short stories are grouped together, they do make an interesting read for a rainy day. I really like each of these authors and enjoyed these stories. I especially like learning about the beginnings of the McKenna family. I also enjoyed a story built around some senior citizens in, "Missing." I gave this 4 stars for performance because I am not fond of one of the narrators. I almost gave it 5 stars based upon Therese Plummer's narration, which I felt was excellent.
- Alicia H.