Thursday, August 9, 2018

Review: Plain Retribution by Dana R. Lynn


About the book:
AMISH ABDUCTION

Ten years ago while on rumspringa, Rebecca Miller and her friends were kidnapped and held captive…and now, living in the English world, she's nearly abducted again. One by one her friends who once helped send their abductor to jail are targeted, and she is next…unless police officer Miles Olsen can stop a killer. Deaf since birth, the only person on the force that Rebecca can communicate with is Miles, and he needs this case to redeem himself of past mistakes. When the relentless killer tracks them deep into the heart of Amish country, protecting Rebecca must be Miles's sole focus. Because a mistake this time will cost something worth more to him than his job—the woman he's falling for.


My rating:
4 stars
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My thoughts:

Plain Retribution is the second book in the Amish Country Justice series and even though I haven't read the first book I had no trouble following the storyline. For the longest time while reading it I didn't connect with the characters and so I was sure that I wasn't going to end up liking the story...however, the ending was great and made me really enjoy the book overall.

I liked how there were Amish characters in this Love Inspired Suspense novel (I found that unique), however I didn't care for the romance. I can't even put my figure on why exactly except that I just didn't like it. The mystery was good and there was suspense throughout, so I definitely had no trouble reading it and the story flew by.

All in all, I enjoyed Plain Retribution. It's not a favorite, but it was good.

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