Friday, September 14, 2012

Review of Navy SEAL Rescuer

Recently, I read Navy SEAL Rescuer, written by Shirlee McCoy and published by Love Inspired Suspense. Catherine Miller, the heroine of the story is a tough cookie and interesting character. Instantly, the story starts off with a bang as Catherine is thrust into danger from the onset. A vandal accuses her of being a murderer, and later, Catherine is attacked.

Though as any good romantic suspense story would have it, handsome neighbor Darius Osborne shows up to lend a friendly hand. And like Catherine, Darius carries some baggage of his own. Still with someone out to harm poor Catherine, who just wants to take care of her ailing grandmother, Darius is determined to find out who is behind the attack and acts of vandalism against Catherine.

The characters in this story were different than most Love Inspired stories, and I liked that. I get tired of cookie cutter heroes and heroines.

The tension was high as were the stakes throughout the story. The story kept me turning the pages. This story would most likely appeal to those who like romantic suspense, especially stories with a military flair as Darius is an ex-Navy SEAL.

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  1. I have always enjoyed Shirlee McCoy's writing style. She plops her heroine right into the heat of danger from the beginning, doesn't she? Great review, Heidi. I'm looking forward to reading this one.

  2. Very good review, Heidi! It definitely got my interest in the story.

    Jeff Reynolds