Review: FIREWALL / by DiAnn Mills

Firewall / by DiAnn Mills (FBI Houston, 1)
Tyndale     ISBN  9781414389936
Adult (HS)    Rating: 5


Award-winning author DiAnn Mills presents a contemporary romantic suspense series featuring FBI agents in the Houston area.

In Firewall, software developer Taryn Young wakes up in the hospital after a bomb blast at the Houston airport, only to find that her husband is missing, and both are considered responsible for the bombing. Although evidence appears to connect Taryn with the attack, FBI Agent Grayson Hall thinks she is innocent and being targeted by her missing husband. Was her whirlwind courtship and marriage part of a larger terrorist plot?

On the run to escape her husband and his cohorts, Taryn and Grayson learn that Taryn’s latest software project could disastrously affect national security if it falls into the wrong hands. A double agent is suspected within the FBI office when their every move is communicated to her pursuers. Can Grayson and Taryn outrun them and unravel the mystery before the software’s firewall is breached?

Mills does a superb job of character and plot development in this faith-filled series. Expect lots of twists and turns as these unpredictable stories unfold. The characters are realistic and likeable, except for the villains. The scenarios are plausible and action-packed.

If you like your romantic suspense filled with carefully researched details, pick up Firewall —  it won 2014 Genre Fiction award from Library Journal.

Highly recommended for public and high school libraries.

Carol R. Gehringer

–reprinted with permission, Christian Library Journal, 2015.

Disclaimer: Book reviews are my opinion of books I either purchased or received free of cost from the publisher in exchange for a honest review.


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