Sunday, January 10, 2016

Review: Healing Love

Healing Love Healing Love by Maryann Jordan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Miriam Delaro a nurse wanted to help those in need. So when the chance came to help earthquake victims in Mexico she jumped at the chance. Being kidnapped by a cartel wasn't in her plans. She knew when her brother Jobe found out what happened to her, he wouldn't let nothing stand in the way of rescuing her. Cam Perez was headed down the wrong path in his life. When a priest sets him on the right road, Cam straightens his life out and is now working for Jack at Saints Protection and Investigations. When Jobe goes to Jack for help, Jack has the perfect person. Cam has experience with undercover work and can speak the language. What Cam didn't plan on was the attraction he would feel for Miriam as they were trying to escape from Mexico.

This was definitely a sit on the edge of your seat suspense novel. The romance almost takes a back seat to it. Cam and Miriam were both strong characters and the sparks between them flew from the first meeting. Being on the run leaves no time for romance. Yet it does leave time to get to know one another and build from there. I think between the suspense and the slow build romance makes the book all that much better. Granted it is only over a couple of days but it fits in perfectly. This is the second book in the Saints Protection and Investigations series but can be read as a standalone. I received an authors copy in exchange for an honest review.

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