Poison by Jordyn Redwood
Jordyn Redwood has specialized in critical care and emergency nursing for nearly two decades. She is a member of both the American Association of Critical Care Nurses and the American Christian Fiction Writers association.
From the book’s back cover:
Five years ago, Keelyn Blake’s stepfather took her family hostage, raving about Lucent, a being who forced him to commit unspeakable acts. Some of the family made it out alive; the rest did not. Even Lee Watson, the best of the FBI’s hostage negotiators, failed to overcome the man’s delusions and end the standoff peacefully.
Now Lucent is back—and he’s no hallucination. He has kidnapped Keelyn’s niece, and although Keelyn is estranged from her half-sister, Raven, she feels compelled to save what little family she has left. But Raven is nowhere to be found, and when others involved in that fateful day start dying under mysterious circumstances, Keelyn wonders if she and Lee—and their budding relationship—will survive.
Poison follows Proof in the Bloodline Trilogy with another rollercoaster plot that makes it an irresistible and adventure for all suspense fiction fans.
I love reading Jordyn Redwood’s novels. They are steeped in suspense and keep me turning pages. The plot described above is well written in this book by Redwood. She writes flawless characterizations—you feel you’re alongside them every step of the way. It was difficult to find a stopping point where I could make myself put down the book to read more later.
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The 2 winners of last Monday's blog posts are: the winner for a copy of your choice of Sauce for the Goose or Kissing Frogs by D.A. Featherling is maxie; winner of Teaching Diamonds in the Tough: Mining the Potential in Every Student by Cleo Lampos is BonnieR. I'll email you. Thanks all for commenting. Watch for more book giveaways.
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