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Blind Spot (A Review)

Meg Chaney

The Bethany House Bloggers Program has given me a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. 

The Bethany House Bloggers Program has given me a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. 

Have you all read Dani Pettrey before? I friend clued me in on this Christian author a year or two ago, and I've loved her ever since! In fact, I just finished the prequel to her Alaskan Courage series earlier this month, Shadowed). If you like suspense, but struggle with the language and content in other books on the market, Dani Pettrey is definitely a good pick for you! Her stories draw you in from the beginning, and at times may make you even want to jump out of your skin! They're fast paced and deifnitely keep your interest. Blind Spot is book 3 in the Chesapeake Valor series. I read book 1 awhile ago, so I felt like I was already familiar with most of the main characters. I do want to go back and read book 2, to fill myself in on some of the plot. This is one of those series that really does seem to connect, book to book. The Chesapeake Valor Series revolves around a group of childhood friends, who had at one point been pulled apart through difficult circumstances, but now band together to solve some cases. These cases include missing persons, human trafficking, and what appears to be terrorism. Their jobs in the Police Force, FBI, and Forensics, all come into play. It's really pretty interesting! The last few pages of Blind Spot leave you waiting... waiting for the answers that will have to come in a future book!

The only downside for me? The characters felt a little flat. I don't know why. I'm hoping reading book 2 will help explain some of that to me a bit more. They really didn't develop or change for me during this story. The romance aspect also made me role my eyes a bit. But it does make me wonder, maybe this story really is more about the action, and less about the personal characters? I still loved the fast paced nature of the stories, I think I just love the Alaskan Courage series a little more. Either way, the author has my attention, and I'll definitely be watching for book 4!

Happy Reading!