It’s guest post time! Today, my fabulous sister, Sarah Grace, is going to be doing a guest review of Hidden Peril by Irene Hannon! Enjoy!

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Hidden Peril by Irene Hannon

Genre: Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Revell
Publication Year: 2018
Purchase and Synopsis
Series: Code of Honor (Book 2)


3.5 Stars

So, I totally read this in 8 hours after receiving it . . . While not as suspenseful as some of Hannon’s previous works, this one kept me reading all day long!

Luke Carter and Kristin Dane are both interesting characters, and I enjoyed getting to know them and their backstories throughout the book. The storyline with Kristin and her family, in particular, I loved. While I can’t say I’m a huge fan of Hannon’s romances, the platonic relationships are always epic! I loved Luke’s relationship with his sister, Becca, and Kristin’s relationship with her best-friends-from-high-school, Colin and Rick. Talk about awesome big-brother material!

The storyline itself kept me on my toes. A terrorist plot wrapped up in handmade candles from Syria? So unique! The villain was very interesting, but I guessed his identity pretty early on, which took some of the suspense out of it for me. The ending was very action-packed and nail-biting, just the way a climax should be.

Overall, while this is not my favorite of Hannon’s, it was still a fun read and worth checking out if you are a lover of romantic suspense!

CONTENT NOTE: Recommended for ages 18+ for romance and violence. [highlight text to view] The romance between Luke and Kristin got pretty heated at times, and there was a hefty dose of physical attraction between the two. Also, violence in the way of three murders, an attempted assassination, and a suicide bomber.

Have you read any of Irene Hannon’s books? Which was your favorite?

By God’s Grace,