Review: TANGLED WEBS / Irene Hannon

Tangled Webs / by Irene Hannon (Men of Valor, Book 3)
Revell     ISBN  9780800724542
Adult     Rating:     5


Award-winning author Irene Hannon releases the next installment in her romantic suspense series featuring the former military McGregor brothers as they settle into civilian life.

In Tangled Webs, Finn McGregor is spending a month in lakeside cabin, recovering from a dangerous mission that ended his career as an Army Ranger. He hears his neighbor Dana Lewis screaming and runs to her rescue – the first of several disrupting incidents in the cabin she recently inherited from her grandfather.

As these incidents escalate and become more disturbing, it becomes clear someone wants Dana to leave the cabin permanently. Finn tries to help her as danger threatens the quiet hideaway, and deceit is found in even some local authorities. Can Finn help this damsel in distress while nursing wounds of his own? Will they find a future together when they face the demons of their past?

Unexpected plot twists are a Hannon trademark as the villain’s identity and sinister motives are unveiled. Hannon writes edge-of-your seat inspirational romantic suspense that will keep the reader engaged until the final page. Hannon’s books are filled with suspense, romance, appropriate violence, and clean language. The faith element is light, not heavy-handed. The romance is clean and her characters are admirable but flawed individuals.

The earlier books in this series, Thin Ice and Buried Secrets were reviewed in January/February 2016 and July/August 2015, respectively.

Highly recommended for adult collections in public libraries. Fans of Dee Henderson, Dani Pettrey, and DiAnn Mills will clamor for this series!

Carol R. Gehringer

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