Thin Ice by Irene Hannon

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Complex and breathtaking, Irene Hannon’s latest inspirational suspense novel is full of unforeseen danger and a developing romance to tingle your toes. A mysterious enemy threatens former Olympic skater Christy Reed’s life, and he’s already proven he’ll use violence to get to her. First her parents are lost in a car crash that’s anything but an accident, and then her beloved sister as her house burns to the ground.

Christy is left to grieve with only her work at the local recreation center to distract her, until the sister she believes is dead sends her a letter. Enter Lance McGregor, a Delta Force veteran fresh from the FBI Academy, who soon realizes a dangerous man is after Christy. Lance will do anything to keep Christy safe – but his more-than-friendly feelings for Christy only put her in greater danger. Because the man who killed her family is closer than anyone realizes, and he isn’t done with Christy yet.

Realistic and heartwarming, Hannon’s (Buried Secrets) characters rely on growing faith in God and on one another as they race to discover who wants Christy to suffer so dearly. Hannon’s Thin Ice shows the hope that stubbornly takes root even in the midst of heartbreak and danger, leaving the reader with that same hope and an eagerness to read Hannon’s next offering.

Thin Ice is book 2 of the Men of Valor series. Book 1, Buried Secrets, is available now.

My Rating: 5/5 stars

Recommended For: fans of Irene Hannon’s inspirational suspense; mature readers of Christian fiction who enjoy a mix of faith, mystery, and romance in their reading choices; fans of Dani Pettrey, Lynette Eason, and Dee Henderson.

Note: I received a copy of this book from NetGalley.

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