Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Review: Fatal Mistake by Susan Sleeman



About the book:
An FBI agent must protect the woman who can identify a terrorist bomber in bestselling author Susan Sleeman's riveting romantic suspense novel.

Each day could be her last...but not if he can help it.

Tara Parrish is the only person ever to survive an attack by the Lone Wolf bomber. Scared and emotionally scarred by her near death, she goes into hiding with only one plan--to stay alive for another day. She knows he's coming after her, and if he finds her, he will finish what he started.

Agent Cal Riggins has had only one goal for the past six months--to save lives by ending the Lone Wolf's bombing spree. To succeed, he needs the help of Tara Parrish, the one person who can lead them to the bomber. Cal puts his all into finding Tara, but once he locates her, he realizes if he can find her, the Lone Wolf can, too. He must protect Tara at all costs, and they'll both need to resist the mutual attraction growing between them to focus on hunting down the bomber, because one wrong move could be fatal.

My rating:
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My thoughts:

Fatal Mistake was so good. I opened the book up and got hooked right away from that opening scene. It was intense, suspenseful, and gripping. I think one of the reasons this book was so intense was because it felt like it could be a true story and that made me care for the characters even more. The villain was insane and creepy. His fascination with Tara was scary and I really can't believe all the stuff he was able to do.

I really liked the FBI agent and how, even though he had a job to do which did pull him away from personally protecting Tara at times, he still was very invested in her protection. I also liked Tara, but I did think some of the things she did were a bit foolish, but understandable considering the circumstances.

All in all, Fatal Mistake was a great opening to Susan Sleeman's new series, White Knights, and I am eager to read the next book! I definitely recommend Fatal Mistake.


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