Blind Spot by Dani Pettrey
Book Three in Chesapeake Valor Series
In a Nutshell:
Age Appropriateness: 16 and above
Genre(s): Fiction, Suspense, Romance
Suspense/Violence: Moderate suspense
Romance: Moderate romance
Would I Recommend It? Yes
This book is suspenseful. The characters in this book are all employed by the FBI, and (as part of the job description) are dealing with intense situations. However, there is nothing overtly graphic or disturbing in the book. Everything is well written and tastefully handled. The storyline does contain terrorists, people are shot and killed, and one character is caught and tortured (no gruesome details are given).
As mentioned above, one character is tortured. Ms Pettrey does provide some details on this, but nothing graphic or disturbing. She provides details that relevant to adequately understanding the gravity of the situation.*
Several of the characters are involved in relationships (married or dating). Some kissing, hugging, and affection occurs. This PDA may be more than some readers are comfortable with, but I did not find it to be out of Ms. Pettrey’s typical style. No inappropriate relationships or graphic details. *
This book is the third in a series. It could, however, be read as a stand-alone, although it is best appreciated with the other books in the series. I found it to be an enjoyable, suspenseful read.
Female, who enjoys Christian suspense.
*Reader discretion is always advised.