Sunday, March 4, 2012

Review of Broken Trust

Broken Trust by Sharon Dunn is a romantic suspense novel set in Montana. Special agent Wyatt Greene works for the FBI. Christine Norris, now Sheriff Norris, used to work with Wyatt at the FBI but left the Agency to settle down with her husband Dustin on a farm in Montana. 

When Wyatt is assigned to a kidnapping case involving an extremist group, he must work with Christine to uncover possible leads in the kidnapping case. Because of their past history, Christine and Wyatt are cautious around one another, and Christine chooses not to reveal Dustin's recent death.  

As they work together, Wyatt must prove to Christine that he's not the same man she worked with years prior, help Christine solve the case and find a kidnapped boy, and protect Christine and others who are targeted by the extremist group. 
I liked that the tension was ongoing. There was never a dull moment in this book. I didn't feel the need to skim flowery descriptions because they weren't there. The story kept moving at a fast pace. The story was believable, and I could easily picture the setting. Also, I enjoyed the characters. 

I wish the story would have resolved Dustin's death more. Still, the author leaves readers with a pretty good idea of the outcome. Also, I enjoyed the book so much that I wish it could have been longer. All, in all, it was nice, quick read.  
This book should appeal to women as well as men who enjoy romantic suspense. 

*Please note that I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review. However, I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.  

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1 comment:

  1. Great review, Heidi. I enjoy books that keep you turning pages at a fast clip. Thanks for sharing.