Thursday, March 26, 2015
Dead Wrong by Susan Sleeman
Kat used to be partners with Mitch before she started working for the Justice Agency, the business owned and operated by her family. Kat is still hurt by his rejection of her crush on him and is anything but happy that he assigns himself as her guardian when the killer once again makes an attempt on her life.
Mitch can't help his attraction to Kat, but he refuses to give into his feelings. He was unable to keep his former partner and fiance' from being killed and has found it is much easier to not allow himself to get close to anyone. Kat too has issues with allowing herself to become close to anyone. She refuses to allow herself to be ruled by a man. Having watched her abusive father murder her mother Kat will never allow a man to have that kind of control over her. Sparks fly between the two of them with Mitch doing everything in his power to keep her safe and Kat doing everything in her power to push him away. All the while the killer is lurking closer and closer ready to finish what he started.
I really liked this story. Two people struggling to let God have control in every situation of their lives. This lesson spoke to me at this point in my life. The struggle is real, being able to relinquish control of our lives and the lives of those we love to a Heavenly Father that cares for them and us way more than we could ever hope to. I loved the spiritual aspect of this book. The suspense was pretty good as well. This is the second book in the Justice Agency series and they just keep getting better! I read them out of order, which didn't seem to hinder me in following the family, but if I were to start again I would begin with book one.
Read my reviews of the other books in the series:
No Way Out
Thread of Suspicion