Journey to New Heights

Journey to New Heights
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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Danger at the Border by Terri Reed

My book review today is on the Love Inspired Suspense, Danger at the Border. This book is the first book in a new series, Northern Border Patrol. I don't know about you but I have never read a book by Terri that I didn't love. This book is no exception. It is well written, full of action, and interesting characters; from a fish biologist to the border agents. There is a lot of information about the drugs, the people who grow them, and the people that work to keep our borders safe. I loved it.

Biologist Dr. Tessa Cleary works for the Forest Service's Fish and Aquatic Ecology Unit and is called in to check out a toxin spill of some kind. Fish are dying and people are becoming ill when exposed to the lake water. Tessa comes to find out what toxin is in the water and fix the problem, a cut and dry assignment, right? She is sent out in a boat to check the lake at different intervals and see if she can find the point of entry.

Border Patrol Agent Jeff Steele is sent out to find the culprit. He is disappointed in the doctor and assumes she will be a high maintenance woman and he'll be stuck by her side the whole day. He soon finds that is not the case as they are kidnapped and brought to a camp where thousands of drugs are being grown. This doctor is a feisty little thing that has him questioning his stand about relationships.

Both Tessa and Jeff come from a family where they were unloved and unwanted. Both have had bad relationships and have come to the place where they won't risk their hearts again but God has other plans. This is a story of commitment, faith, and trust; a book that is a must read. You can purchase this book at the address below. God bless you all.

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  1. Thank you for your kind words about Danger at the Border. So happy to know you enjoyed it.

    1. Thank you for the comments. It helps me to receive comments. Sometimes I don't think anyone appreciates the reviews I do. Thanks again and God bless you and your work.