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TAKEN IN TEXAS by Susan Sleeman, Reviewed by Winnie Thomas

When I pick up a Susan Sleeman book, I know I’m in for a gripping, intriguing read. Taken in Texas starts out strong with a missing woman, a feisty and courageous heroine, and a strong-willed, take-charge hero who just happens to still have feelings for said heroine. I enjoyed the interaction between Kendall McKade and Cord Goodwin as they tried to dance around and control their lingering feelings for each other.



Sleeman’s strong background in law enforcement research shines through this story as her knowledge gives the tale authenticity. The creative twists and turns in the book add a dimension of surprise and intrigue. Themes of forgiveness of self and others, importance of family, and trust in God are woven seamlessly throughout.

Although this is the last book in the McKade Law series, it can easily be read as a standalone story. It was an added bonus for me to see characters from the other books show up in this one. All in all, it’s a great conclusion to the McKade series. I would recommend this to those who enjoy clean Christian romantic suspense.

*I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy from the author/publisher. All opinions are my own.

ALSO... See Trixi's and Susan's Review of Taken in Texas

BackCover Blurb:
A cowboy protector from her past…
A McKade Law novel

Working her first case as deputy sheriff with her ex-boyfriend, Detective Cord Goodwin, Kendall McKade is determined to track the kidnappers—even if it makes her a target. Desperate to find the abducted victim, his aunt, Cord must keep Kendall safe…while also caring for his recently orphaned nephew. Teaming up threatens to rekindle Cord and Kendall’s relationship, but first they must solve a life-threatening mystery.


Available in digital ebook and paperback:
Buy Taken in Texas at Amazon
Buy Taken in Texas at Christianbook.com

Comments

  1. I'm trying to catch up on Love Inspireds! I'm glad to see that some of the older ones are re-published and some audiobooks created as well! Thanks Winnie!

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