Christian growth rarely happens in giant leaps; it normally is the result of God gently getting a person's attention over time. Taryn Young would need to learn that - but it would take time.
Beginning with small, but wonderful, wedding, Taryn was at the Houston's George Bush International Airport ready to begin her honeymoon. While stepping into the restroom, an explosion disrupts her trip, her new husband goes missing, and her day starts to go from bad to worse. Help comes in the form of an FBI agent who is not sure whether she is a part of the problem or a part of the solution - but he is the only person she can trust at this point. Well, at least until a new dog enters her life and seems to have her best interest at heart.
The software that Taryn had been developing was the target for a terrorist - but whether it was a homegrown or an international terrorist was a question that seemed to require multiple answers. Over the week following the explosion the pieces start to come together - but can the FBI obtain and use the information in time to save millions of lives in the US and Canada.
DiAnn Mills has written a thriller worthy of the nights spent reading alone on the couch late at night and early in the morning. Though the answers were not always obvious, the story held together like a well-designed puzzle - with no missing pieces. It would be fun to see more stories involving this software developer and the FBI agent that comes to her rescue.
This review is based on a free copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review. The opinions expressed are my own.