In Harms Way by Irene Hannon

There is something fun about reading a book in a city that you know well. This one is set in St. Louis/Chesterfield area. i know the area well, yet I can’t quite figure out where the house Nick Bradley might be located. Despite that one frustration the book is the third and final book in the heroes of Quantico series. That makes me sad. I’ve enjoyed them all.

IN HARMS WAY is the story of FBI Special Agent Nick Bradley. He hasn’t found a woman he can trust with his past until he meets Rachel Sutton. At the first meeting he is attracted to her until he finds out she’s at his office because of a feeling she gets when touching an ratty old Raggedy Ann doll.

For some reason he isn’t able to brush Rachel off or get her out of his thoughts and life.

I think this is the best of the three books, again all of Hannon’s books stand alone as a good read. You might find yourself hunting down the previous books to read though, so you’ve been warned.
Her books are engaging and have quite a bit of action in them.

Available April 2010 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group
Book provided free for review.

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3 Responses to In Harms Way by Irene Hannon

  1. 16shamrock says:

    Diana: Thanks for the nice review. As for the location of Nick’s house–it’s at the southwest end of Chesterfield! Irene Hannon

  2. Diana says:

    It was a pleasure reading your book Irene. And thanks, I’m going searching for that house. 🙂

  3. patti says:

    Thanks for telling me about another cool author! Patti

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