Trapped is an exciting thriller with a bit of faith and a bit of romance wrapped in. The book is believable and seems to parallel events found in the national news two or three times a year.
Darcy Griffith had disappeared. A runaway that did not want to be found and a police department that did not want to be bothered. It would fall on her half-sister, Laura, to find her before it was too late. Laura turned to Phoenix, Inc., a private detective agency composed of three former law enforcement officers, and to James “Dev” Devlin specifically.
The two weeks that passed from the day she walked out the door to the night she was found nearly fried to death seemed like an eternity. But in the midst of the fright, Laura and Darcy would discover the power of love and prayer, a lesson that all must learn.
When Laura first walked into “Dev”s office, neither the detective nor the client were looking for love. But in the days ahead, they learned to trust and lean on each other. God had to work in both of them, bringing healing from past failures and tragedy. But God would work out the kinks and quirks in their relationship so they could move forward.
Whether the reader is looking for a thriller, the role that faith can play in the desperate lives of individuals, or the growth of a relationship over time, Trapped delivers. I am ready to find the first book in the Private Justice series, Vanished, or the next book in the series, Deceived, planned for the summer of 2014.
This review is based on a free electronic copy of the book provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review. The opinions expressed are mine alone.