Thursday, March 15, 2012

Wolfsbane: A Review

When Danielle Roark's Army Corps of Engineers group is captured, she is tortured for six months. After escaping, she returns home to the US and charged with espionage. Forced to go back to prove her innocence, she must return to the place where she was held a prisoner. Nightshade member Canyon Metcalfe is assigned to help Danielle on her mission, and he must fight his growing feelings for her as the two are captured. Will they be able to escape with their lives and their love for each other?

This is my favorite book in the Nightshade series. I think it's because Danielle is such a strong character. I love her feisty personality and her strength after being brutally tortured. In addition, Canyon's family is a nice addition of characters, and I wish we (as readers) could find out more about them.
As always, there are enough action-packed scenes to keep the reader on the edge of his/her seat, wondering how they would survive whatever precarious situation in which they found themselves.

Fans of Christian suspense and military thrillers will devour this addition to a fantastic series.

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